After an exhaustive two-year search, Cuenca’s expat theater finally has a place it can call home. “We walked almost every street in Cuenca looking for the right place and we’re thrilled that we finally found it,” says Deana Culp, Azuay Community Theater (ACT) board of directors president. The theater, immediately to the west of the Oro Verde Hotel on Av. Ordoñez Lasso, was built as a performance venue. “It’s really more than we could have hoped for,” says Culp, “and the landlord is making upgrades, including adding new lighting, to make it even better.” ACT will celebrate the theater’s grand…
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