Peruvian artists and groups return to the stage of the Gran Teatro Nacional with “Teatro en grande”

On October 3, the program hosted by actress and cultural journalist Denise Arregui premieres on national television, marking the official return of the Peruvian artist to the stage.


Back on stage! The Gran Teatro National of the Ministry of Culture and the National Institute of Radio and Television, through the TV Peru signal, come together to raise the curtain again and present Big Theater, a production carried out through a strategic alliance that seeks to continue with the promotion and dissemination of quality artistic shows.


After several months of adaptation and generation of biosafety and social distancing protocols – which make the work of new stage productions viable – the Gran Teatro Nacional and TV Peru take on this particular challenge, maintaining the mission of creating spaces that consolidate them as benchmarks. of cultural content in our country.


Starting on Saturday, October 3, at 10:00 p.m. (Peru time), Teatro en Grande will arrive by open signal throughout the national territory so that different audiences (children, youth and adults) can enjoy free of charge music, dance and theater, of different genres and for all tastes.


Figures of recognized musical trajectory will offer the public an exclusive repertoire. Pilar de la Hoz, Mica Minaya, Paola Cuadros, Modulated Attitude, Cantares & Tradition, Johana Taboada, Pamela Llosa, Blú Quartet, María Elena Pacheco, Ernesto Hermoza, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Folkloric Ballet are some of the attractions it will present Teatro en Grande.


The brand new production of the Gran Teatro Nacional and TV Peru will officially mark the return of the Peruvian artist to the stage, through the weekly transmission of free shows that can be seen by millions of people throughout the country. Each edition will also become a refuge and incentive for a society that has faced the pandemic since mid-March.


For Teatro en Grande to reach the largest number of Peruvian homes and fans abroad, the Gran Teatro Nacional will make all broadcast programs freely available, through its free web platform GTN EN VIVO, considering that the scope of its contents already exceeds 3 million visits since its launch six months ago.