In 2021, Agnetha, Frida, Björn and Benny, the members of the Swedish group ABBA, returned to music 40 years after their separation as a band. But none of them are on stage: their avatars have arrived.

Even so, the concerts that were held had full ticket sales, because during the last 50 years, this group, made up of two ex-partners today, gave pop a new way of singing and writing songs. Many criticized them and many, too, acclaimed them.

After their separation came the musical ‘Mamma Mia!’, which premiered in London in the 80s, becoming a musical theater classic.

And since May 6, Misi Producciones and the Universidad del Rosario present this show, Colombian style, at the Colsubsidio Theater, in an agreement with Music Theater International (MTI).

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The story tells that Sophie (Juanita Roldán) wants to know who her father is and talks to Donna, her mother (Juliana Reyes). The three men are Sam (Juan Mondragón), Harry (Erwin Barrera) and Bill (Calo Mesa).

The search for the father turns into a party joined by the best friends of the family, Rosie (Yaneth Waldman) and Tanya (Juliana Cuevas).

In the background and to call nostalgia, ABBA classics.

On stage there will be 35 artists, under the general direction of Felipe Salazarthe general production by Juan Mondragón, the stage direction and choreography by Felipe Sánchez, the acting direction by Christian Ballesteros, the musical direction by Leonardo Palacios, costumes and makeup by La Julieta Producciones and lighting by Humberto Hernández, among others.

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The songs are by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus (some with Stig Anderson). The script is by Catherine Johnson, the original idea by Judy Craymer and the Spanish translation was made by Juan Carlos Fisher.

‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Mamma Mia!’, ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’, ‘Voulez-Vous’ and ‘Waterloo’ are some of the songs that are part of the musical.

The season will go until May 28 and the functions are from Wednesday to Friday, at 7:30 pm; Saturdays, 3:30 and 7:30 pm, and Sundays and holidays, at 4 pm

The presale until May 5 has a 25 percent discount. With the Vivamos EL TIEMPO Club, there is a 20 percent discount on the entire season.

Tickets in Tuboleta and Colsubsidio theater ticket offices. Reports: (601) 593 6300 or #593


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