The location of this theater is as much a part of the fabric of local history as the building itself. This was formerly the site of the convent of San Diego de Alcalá, which was demolished in 1861 as part of the Reform Laws. Construction began in 1873, with a Neo-Classical design by architect Jose Maria Noriega and decorated with sculptures from renowned Mexican artist Jesus Contreras.
The balustrade that dominates the entranceway is watched over by statues depicting the Greek Muses. Even if you don't get to see the inside, the outside is impressive in its own right.
Settle into a seat in the dark and ambient dining hall or get some fresh air on the patio while... Read more