Gran Teatro de la Habana, also known as the Teatro García Lorca, has a spectacular baroque facade with white marble angels dancing gracefully on its four corner towers. It's a beautiful place to see operas, jazz shows, symphony performances, and plays. In addition, the National Ballet performs here under the direction of Alicia Alonso, who is now in her 80s but is still Cuba's honorary prima ballerina. There are two theaters here: the Sala García Lorca and the Sala Antonin
Artaud, which is known for its avant-garde theater productions.
Paseo de Martí/Prado 458, , e/Calle San Rafael y Calle San Martín/San José, Havana, Cuba