Here is the 2019 Programming for Havana's Gran Teatro


If you’re in Havana this spring, there’s no equivalent to a show at Havana’s magnificent Alicia Alonso Theater. The theater itself is worth a visit, and the shows this spring range from world-class ballet to history-making contemporary dance. Tickets go for $30CUC, (for Cubans $30CUP) and can be bought up to 3 days in advance, or the morning of the performance. As the theater publishes performances three months in advance, this post will be updated.

Cuban National Ballet: Swan Lake

Friday, January 18th, 8:30pm

Saturday, January 19th, 8:30pm

Sunday, January 20th, 5pm

Friday, January 25th, 8:30pm

Saturday, January 26th, 8:30pm

Sunday, January 27th, 5pm

Friday, February 1st, 8:30pm

Saturday, February 2nd, 8:30pm

Sunday, February 3rd, 5pm

Ballet Laura Alonso: Romeo and Juliet

Friday, February 8th, 8:30pm

Saturday, February 9th, 8:30pm

Sunday, February 10th, 5pm

Acosta Dance: Rituals

Friday, February 15th, 8:30pm

Saturday, February 16th, 8:30pm

Sunday, February 17th, 5pm

Contemporary Cuban Dance: Mozart Requiem

Friday, February 22nd, 8:30pm

Saturday, February 23rd, 8:30pm

Sunday, February 24th, 5pm

Friday, March 1st, 8:30pm

Saturday, March 2nd, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 3rd, 5pm

Cuban National Ballet: Cinderella

Friday, March 8th, 8:30pm

Saturday, March 9th, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 10th, 5pm

Friday, March 15th, 8:30pm

Saturday, March 16th, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 17th, 5pm

Spanish Ballet of Cuba: El Fantasma

Friday, March 22nd, 8:30pm

Saturday, March 23rd, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 24th, 5pm

Friday, March 29th, 8:30pm

Saturday, March 30th, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 31st, 5pm

If your dates don’t overlap, you can take a guided tour of the theater Tuesdays to Saturdays 9:30-4:45pm, and Sundays 9:15-1pm.