Sign in or register
for additional privileges

Sites that Speak:

Miami Through its Spanish Performing Arts Spaces

Lillian Manzor, Author

You appear to be using an older verion of Internet Explorer. For the best experience please upgrade your IE version or switch to a another web browser.

Teatro Las Máscaras - 3058 SW 8th Street, Miami, Florida

     Salvador Ugarte and Alfonso Cremata opened their space February 1969 with the comedy Susana quiere ser decente. It had 78 seats. They advertised themselves as the first sala-teatro in Miami, and they were Miami’s Spanish theater success story from this early period. Although they started producing serious dramas, they soon discovered the formula that would allow them to survive: produce popular light comedies to finance other plays.
 In 1972, a letter sent to members explained that the space had ben remodeled remodeled.  By October 1973 they had to move to a larger space. 
Comment on this page

Discussion of "Teatro Las Máscaras - 3058 SW 8th Street, Miami, Florida"

Add your voice to this discussion.

Checking your signed in status ...

Previous page on path Pocket Theaters - "Sala Teatros", page 2 of 2 Path end, return home