Festival La Rebelión de los Muñecos se presenta en Santiago
Santiago, 24 de mayo 2012 (UPI). Se dio inicio a la segunda versión del Festival La Rebelión de los Muñecos, a cargo de la dirección de Jaime Lorca, ex Troppa y director de la compañía Viajemóvil, con la presentación de la obra “vivieron felices para siempre”, de Alejandro Jodorowsky, en el anfiteatro del Museo Bellas Artes. (UPI/Sebastian Padilla)
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