To the right: Ulama- a ball game played from your hip. The fields or "Tastas" are made up of a playing area where the boundary is defined using stones.
We then walked back through the Plazuela Machado to the Angela Peralta Theater. This is one of the few 19th century theater still in operation in northwest Mexico. Opening in 1874 named after businessman Manuel Rubio, in the early 1940's it was renamed in honor of "The Mexican Nightingale" Angela Peralta. Who died of yellow fever shortly before her scheduled Mazatlan performance in 1882.