Teatro Ángela Peralta
Lonely Planet review for Teatro Ángela Peralta
To feel the pulse of Mazatlán’s burgeoning culture scene, a night at the Peralta is a must. Built in 1860, the theater was lovingly restored over five years to reopen in 1992. It has an intimate auditorium with three narrow, stacked balconies. Events of all kinds are presented – movies, concerts, opera, theater and more. A kiosk on the walkway out front announces current and upcoming events. The schedule is fullest around the November–December Festival Cultural Mazatlán.