In Mexico City and looking for something to do after the sun sets? Not that you’d ever run out of restaurants, bars and music venues to check out, but I can also highly recommend an buying tickets to the city’s Ballet Foclorico. They have performances on Wednesday and Sunday nights in the beautiful theater in the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Actually, since I’m not normally a “go see a show” kind of girl, half the reason I decided to go was to get into the theater to see the amazing stained-glass curtain made of nearly 1 million pieces of glass by Tiffany & Co. I kind of had to see that and without a ticket to the show, the theater was off limits to the general public.
|Like no other theater curtain I’ve ever seen before|
|Benefit of choosing the cheap seats – closer view of the gorgeous domed ceiling.|
|Large pallets were brought on stage to amplify the sound of the strong dance steps|
|The one part of the show I could have done without seeing|