Recomended AYERBE & QUINTANA Cl. 69A # 9–44 \ 3434670. Cl. 70A # 5–67 \ 3476650. www.ayerbeyquintana.com This fashion home, which is the result of the merge of two talents that complement each other, with the same principles of freedom and creativity. Francisco Ayerbe and Germán Quintana, impose their inspiration and taste to become subtle witnesses of elegance. Their essence is based on their spirit of refinement and exclusiveness. The style could be defined as an “audacious classicism” where the selection of colors and shapes is of outstanding importance. Silhouettes are well-defined, usually shaped to fit, with the presence of a significant characteristic: an original neckline, hand-embroidered, with an unusual color combination: “Each outfit we create has a very specific element that makes it special; we obviously don’t design cloths for our clients to go unnoticed. The main feature of our designs is that, within a classic framework, we are away from the day-to-day aspects, which at some point become tiresome.
However, you will never hear a comment like “all you can see is the clothes and not the person” with respect to anyone wearing our models in a specific place.
Schedule Since July 18 THE GRÖNHOLM METHOD La Castellana National Theater Cl. 95 # 30–13 \ 2561399. $30.000 plateau $20.000 balcony Thursday – Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Sunday 6:30 p.m.
What would you be willing to do to get a job? Based on this premise, a leading company suggests a daring method for purposes of selecting its employees. This is a game where four candidates play to obtain an executive post, which forces them into tests that go from ridiculous to cruel. This method, known as Grönholm, will lead to a struggle among feelings, ambition and envy, always within the limits of reality and fiction, truth and lies.
Written by the Spanish author Jordi Galcerán, the Grönholm Method is the top revelation work in Europe, initially created in the National Theater of Cataluña in 2003, and it has now been adapted to play in the most important theaters worldwide. It has been awarded the most important awards in the stages of Spain, Mexico, Uruguay, Venezuela and Argentina.
GO Guía del Ocio No 15, Julio de 2006