Angela Peralta Theater
Angela Peralta Theater formerly known as “Teatro Rubio” was founded in 1874 by Mr. Andrés Librado Tapia and Don Santiago, which was declared on December 19, 1990 as the nation’s heritage.
Having an area of 3,841 meters square building with a nineteenth-century Romantic style design with horseshoe-shaped room in Italian style, is nestled in the historic center of Mazatlan, near the Plaza Machado. Its exterior is two floors, on the first is a large hall supported by six fluted columns of the Doric capital, the second is decorated with an iron railing and rectangular windows.
Its construction was managed by businessman Manuel Rubio who sought a place at the height of the commercial and political importance in the year 1869 held the city of Mazatlan.
Since opening in 1940, the Angela Peralta Theater has seen all kinds of cultural, political and entertainment, among which stand the opera, operettas, civic and sports performances, concerts, among others.
Currently the theater is equipped with the latest technological advances to provide the public performances where sound and vision are first class and without doubt is one of the landmarks of Mazatlan.