Tita Guerrero’s show postponed due to rebound of covid-19 | shows

The show Too Much Tita: Alone, led by Tita Guerrero, had to be postponed for a month and a half, due to the rebound of covid-19 on the Island.

The performances will take place from March 25 to 27 at the Center for Fine Arts (CBA) in Santurce. The show, the comedian’s fourth solo show, was originally scheduled to run from February 4-6.

“I feel super happy since the project did not have to be canceled and a close date was achieved so that the public can enjoy it,” the actress said in written statements.

He added that “I am crossing my fingers so that everything returns to normal soon and the theater industry continues to move forward, because it is sorely lacking. I have an additional month and a half to do new things.”

The purchased tickets can be used on the new dates. Tickets for the February 4 performance will be valid for March 25, February 5 for March 26 and February 6 for March 27. Performance times will be Friday and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 5:00 p.m.

In the play, Guerrero will seek to answer questions with humor and playfulness such as what love is, why she is single and what the future holds for her. The proposal, directed by Miguel Vando, includes the participation of ten dancers, commanded by the choreographer Raúl de la Paz.

The script is in charge of Guerrero together with Erik “Chicho” Rodríguez and Víctor González.

Tickets are available at TickeCenter and at the Santurce CBA box office.