The XXIV Botan Theatre Week, organized by the Department of Culture to celebrate the festivities in honor of Santiago, will be held from 21 to 24 July at the Municipal Auditorium "Marcos Ortiz" in this area and provide a total of four different genres interpretive works, mostly comic, which all begin at half past ten at night and the price of 6 euros.
Thus, they have announced during his presentation, Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, and the councilman of Culture, Ana Belén García López, who encouraged the public to participate during the summer nights the staging of these works theater., most of which are provided by regional companies.
The kick-off the program of activities will begin on Monday, July 21 with the staging of "Canguelis or small catalog of fears, phobias and other fears," directed by Jordi Purtí.
In this work, actors will act as Joan Faneca, Joan and Jordi Segalés Purtí, among others.
The next day Alquibla Theatre presents the play "Dangerous Liaisons.
A storm of revenge and seduction, love and war, "directed by Antonio Saura and performed by Lola Martinez, Pedro Segura y Esperanza Clares, among others.
On Wednesday July 23 the work will take place "75 stab wounds," presented by Escudero productions, where they will join the absurd, and the comedy police.
Finally, on Thursday 24 July, the cultural cycle of drama ends with the highlight of this edition, which is the staging of the play "You have eyes of femme fatale, with a cast of actors category the likes of Lara Dibildos, Vanety and Fabio Rosa León, among others.
The argument of this book centers on a seductive name Sergio, who tries to seduce a woman named Elena, about to marry a wealthy old man.
The works will be staged for a week, have the cooperation of the Ministry of Education and Culture, and contain "a great tone ironic, humorous, because they are the most demanded by the public" as explained the mayor.
For his part, Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, congratulated everyone who helped in compiling this extensive cultural program, set in the festivities of Santiago, to "get Totana is a cultural reference."