Banderas opens his Malaga theatre with ‘A Chorus Line’

Hollywood star Antonio Banderas throws open the doors of his own theatre in his hometown of Malaga in southern Spain on Friday, with an inaugural performance of “A Chorus Line”. When the curtain goes up, the musical will be the first work shown at the Teatro del Soho, a former cinema which has been completely revamped by the 59-year-old actor, who like Picasso, was born and raised in Malaga. The musical, which will be performed entirely in Spanish, was specially chosen by Banderas, who in May won best actor at the Cannes film festival for his role in Pedro Almodovar’s “Pain and Glory” in which he played the celebrated director’s alter ego. A Broadway hit dating back to 1975, the story focuses on a group of aspiring dancers as they audition for a

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