On many levels, it’s a uniquely Costa Rican story.
For starters, it’s taking place under the roof of what is arguably the country’s most iconic building, its National Theater, which this month turns 120. But the theater’s anniversary celebrations also showcase this country’s generations of international residents. Its rich yet accessible artistic traditions. Its historic commitment to peace.
And coffee, coffee everywhere, the influence of the “golden bean” permeating the event: from the coffee barons who were