Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
With its French-inspired Neoclassical style from the end of the 19th Century, the Jose Rosas Moreno Theater is named after an illustrious Mexican writer, known as “the poet of childhood.” Inside, the fine metalwork of the Art Nouveau doors and lanterns decorates the magnificent space that hosts theater productions, opera and many other shows.
BREATHE THE REFINED ENVIRONMENT
Enter the lobby, a well-lit space with ironwork gates that look out to the street. Admire the elegance of this fine arts temple.
Built as a semicircle, the boxes embrace the red toned mainstage, contrasting with the railings and wooden seats. A chandelier hanging in the center illuminates a mural suspended in space.
LISTEN TO THE MAGNIFICENT ACOUSTICS FROM YOUR SEAT
Feel the acoustics fill every space and corner for the delight of the public and observe the esthetic of the whole building, ready to stage a performance in one of the best theaters in the country.
Enjoy the delightful sights and sounds of the fine arts in the city theatre.
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