Saturday Night Fever returns with Alex Sirventy Lisset – El Sol de México

Alex Sirvent, Lisset and Memo Ríos lead the musical that resumes its season after two years

After 26 months of inactivity on the stage of the Teatro Centenario, it recovers saturday night fever the musical in which Alex Sirvent and Lisset revive the hits of the seventies. Memo Rios, as the dj he teaches in a good mood in this production that has 19 artists on stage.

For producer Gerardo Quiroz, the restart of the season is a great event, because “sadly my theater was closed during the pandemic. Now we tell the public, we’re back!”

He expressed emotion that he is grateful “to be healthy, that my parents are alive, even though they are very old; my brothers working, my children proud of their father, and my open theater, thank you, God”.

The musical narrates the life of Tony Manero (Alex Sirvent), a young man who in the mornings is a sales assistant in a paint store in Brooklyn, New York, who is almost, almost a nini, since he still lives at his parents’ house and works to find his independence , but he’s in no hurry to get a steady job or finish college.

And it is that he feels more identified with the dance, to the extent that he has proposed to win a championship organized by a nightclub where he shines the dj (Memo Ríos) who is very peculiar and his image as his dialogue in rhyme, captivates night owls in a festive way.

Persecutes Annette (Karen Espriu) and he loves Stephanie (Lisset), the girl who dazzled him, whom he wants as a partner to win the championship at the disco.

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With Hugo Robles in charge of the vocal direction, the actors achieve versions similar to those that were heard in the Bee Gees’ seventies discos and one or another by Gloria Gaynor. Alex Sirvent shows off his dexterity, energy and ability in the dance, which provokes applause from the audience.

The musical is based on the 1977 film of the same name, and resumes its season at the Centenario Theater from Thursday to Sunday, under the direction of Jaime Rojas and choreography by Erny Cruz.