An icon of Hispanic theater, the Trail Theater, is set to reopen in the Little Havana district of Miami, under the watchful eye of Colombian actress Marisol Correa.
The Trail, located on Eighth Street and Southwest 37th Avenue, has a capacity of 430 seats and its stage has been home to many great Cuban talents like comedian Armando Roblan, Jacqueline Andere, Cesar Evora and many more.
The last couple of years the theatre has changed ownership, closed for periods of time and faced an uphill battle to survive.
Now thanks to the heroic efforts of Marisol Correa and entrepreneur Jorge Angulo it is set again to take center stage again in Little Havana, as a cultural mecca for Hispanic theatrical productions. It will reopen its doors on January 29th with a play by Indira Páez – Amaneci con Ganas de Moremie (I Woke Up Wanting to Die).