Mirtha Legrand went back to the theater and went to see Nicolás Vázquez’s show: “Messi didn’t come, but I did”

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On Saturday evening, a unique moment was experienced at the Lola Membrives theater located in avenue Corrientes when the Mirtha Legrand’s visit to see the show “Tootsie”with Nicolás Vázquez and Julieta Nair Calvo.

The diva of the lunches watched the show from one of the boxes of the theatre, like an extra spectator, even if, once finished, she mentioned some Heartfelt words for the audience and cast.

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With a bouquet of flowers in hand, Mirtha gave a moving speech on what she thought of the theatrical proposal, which is already a undisputed success of Buenos Aires nightlife.

Mirtha Legrand went to see Tootsie, the play by Nicolás Vázquez.  Credit: Tootsie Press

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Mirtha Legrand went to see Tootsie, the play by Nicolás Vázquez. Credit: Tootsie Press

“I don’t know if I’ll be able to speak, I’m extremely excited”, were the first words Legrand spoke from his box at the Lola Membrives theatre, where he was a guest of honor.

“I’m very excited, from what we’ve seen, this It was wonderful”continued the Argentinian figure, with the classic musical curtain of “Lunch with Mirtha Legrand” in the background.

In this sense, the luxury guest praised the work, the actors and the production: “Once again it is confirmed success is not free, it is not for nothing”.

“They fill up every night and everyone’s talking about Tootsie”Thus the presenter defined the number of spectators who fill the hall in each function.

Mirtha Legrand went to see Tootsie, the play by Nicolás Vázquez.  Credit: Tootsie Press

Mirtha Legrand went to see Tootsie, the play by Nicolás Vázquez. Credit: Tootsie Press

In addition to throwing flowers at the cast for their performance, Legrand made a remark to Nicolás Vázquez about his dialogue in the play: “You missed my line: ‘Shit damn it'”.

“It was an unforgettable night”, this is how Mirtha described the evening she lived in viale Corrientes, which she attended accompanied by her friend Teté Coustarot.

Then, with irony, the Argentine diva referred to the tense episode that took place last Saturday in Lola Membrives, given the rumors that there would be the captain of the Argentine national team: “(Lionel) Messi didn’t come, but I did.”

It should be remembered that, given the possibility that the acclaimed footballer was there, people began to gather in front of the door of the club hoping to see it.

Such was the mobilization of people to which production was forced place a sign to communicate that the Rosary was not inside the theatre.

Hundreds of people came to Lola Membrives' door to wait for Lionel Messi.

Hundreds of people came to Lola Membrives’ door to wait for Lionel Messi.

The Argentine national team also went to the theater

Saturday evening, two players of the Scaloneta They were present at the Lola Members, as well as Mirtha Legrand.

Enzo Perez and Franco Armani They went to see “Tootsie” and then took some behind-the-scenes photos with the play’s lead actor, Nicolás Vázquez.

Enzo Pérez and Franco Armani went to see Nicolás Vázquez's Tootsie.  Credit: Tootsie Press

Enzo Pérez and Franco Armani went to see Nicolás Vázquez’s Tootsie. Credit: Tootsie Press

Both, former players of the River Plate club, visited Corrientes avenue at live a different nightcloser to culture and away from sports.

Another player from the national team who also went to see this season’s success in Corrientes Avenue was Leandro Paredes, who was there last Friday March 24th.

Leandro Paredes and his wife went to see Nicolás Vázquez in "Tootsie".  Credit: Tootsie Press.

Leandro Paredes and his wife went to see Nicolás Vázquez in “Tootsie”. Credit: Tootsie Press.

Paredes took advantage of his visit to Argentinato play two friendlies with the national team, and on his free day he decided to go and see the comedy that is leading the Buenos Aires bill, as the most viewed.

Source: Clarin

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