As headquarters of the National Drama Centre, this theater concentrates on promoting the work of young playwrights. The building itself is a fine example of early cast-iron architecture with a classical façade and a neomudéjar-style interior. It opened as a theater in 1885, equipped to hold 750 spectators. The great actress María Guerrero made her debut here, and later bought it. Since her death it has been in the hands of the state. You'll find it in the city center, close to both the Archaeology Museum and the Wax Museum.
- Type: Theater
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard, amex, diners
- Nearest Train: Colón