Monday 20 September 2021

‘El Cascanueces’ Tickets On Sale Starting Today

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COSTA RICA EXTRA – What’s Christmas without The Nutcracker (El Cascanueces in Spanish), Costa Rica’s favourite holiday tradition and an utter joy to experience, for children and adults alike.

Interamericana de Producciones has today (Monday) put on sale tickets for the 2105 season of the play at the Teatro Nacional in San José.

Tickets are being sold online through Specialticket.net, starting at ¢17.000 colones to ¢34.000 colones.

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Performances run from December 4 to December 13.

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For today and tomorrow (Tuesday), tickets will only be available for purchase by Credomatic American Express cardholders, from November 11 to 16 to Credomatic customers (ie BAC San Jose and other Credomatic cardholders), after that to the general public.

Article first appeared at Costaricaextra.com

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