Romeo and Juliet, the musical, will benefit Darien’s children

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The musical version of William Shakespeare’s classic love story will be presented at the National Theater from Thursday, August 7 to Monday, August 19. This is the first time that it will be presented in Panama in this format. The proceeds will benefit the “Pro Niños del Darien Foundation.”

The play will feature the performances of the Argentinean actor, Pablo Brunstein, as Romeo and Elizabeth Grimaldo as Juliet who participated in the musical contest, “Canta Conmigo,” and was also one the protagonists in the Panamanian soap, “Sueños de Verano.”

The event is organized by Top Line Events, the company behind other major productions such as Aladdin Jr., Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Cinderella.

Juan Carlos Adames is in charge of the direction and musical arrangements. Lissette Condasin, Ramón Serrano y Lourdes Robles are part of the cast.

Tickets start at $15 and can be purchased at or at the point of sale at the Multiplaza Pacific Mall, at the Riba Smith entrance, or by calling 360-2350.


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