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    Carnival Carnival in Ecuador is celebrated in February or March each year and ends on Ash Wednesday. Ecuador has a very unique way of celebrating their carnival: they celebrate it by throwing water balloons, bags filled with flour, water weapons and anything that may make others look messy. Most people don't seem to like it but the children and teenagers love it. These water weapons and ...

  • Theaters

    Bolivar Theater

    Quito's Bolivar Theater was the brainchild of Cesar and Carlos Mantilla Jacome. These two brothers began a number of developments during the 20th century and Teatro Bolivar, as it is known locally, was one of them. The theater was designed with an air of fantasy and magnificence as a cultural center for the city of Quito. Visitors to the Bolivar Theater over the years have always been ...

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    Prometeo Theater

    Nearly every major city in Ecuador has at least one theatre where you can enjoy exceptional performances by local or even international artists. Quito is certainly no different and one great place to go in this city is the Teatro Prometeo. Also known as the Prometeo Theater, this great little theater is often used as a venue for performances by well known musicians, singers, dancers and ...

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    Patio De Comedias

    The Patio de Comedias was established roughly 21 years ago when Raul Guarderas got together with a number of friends and ex-members of the Independent Theatre and decided to release a theatrical play called ‘In the Empty Eyes of People’ by Francisco Tobar. It was to be directed by Guillermo Tobar and originally the actors started practicing in a room in the Guarderas family home in the city ...

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    Malayerba Theater

    If you want to gain some sort of insight into the lives of those living in and around Ecuador, you can do little better than attending a performance at the Malayerba Theater in the city of Quito. This great theater is home to the Malayerba Theater Group who have been active for roughly thirty years – although they have only recently acquired the theater as a base for their operations. The ...

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    Teatro Sucre

    The Teatro Sucre stands proudly in Quito's historical Plaza del Teatro square. Beautifully designed, this theatre has a long history filled with ups and downs. This simply adds to the remarkable experience you will have when attending a performance here. Also known as Teatro Nacional Sucre - Puerto Rico's National Theatre - this stunning venue hosts some of the greatest plays, concerts and ...