Other Storytelling Programs
Of Love and Greed
In these historical legends love, greed, and boredom shape the world. Stories: The Last King (Zapotec), The Flaming FLower (Chichimec), El Dorado (Colombia) and La Tatuana (Lit. Miguel Angel Asturias - Guatemala). Listen to one of the stories:
This storytelling performance takes us to dive into the complexity of the Amazon Rainforest fragile situation. Through their legends, we will reflect on the necessity to reconsider how human interventions is accelerating a climate change that will drastically affect the lives of everyone near and far.
Stories: Meset (Ashuar), Once my forest was green (Shuar)
Meset - Written by Edna Iturralde (Book: Verde Fue Mi Selva) based on the way of life of the Achuar People in the Ecuador Amazon Rain Forest.
Muertos: The Souls of The Dead
Muertos brings to the stage different Latin American tales related to El Día de los Muertos. Stories rooted in religious beliefs inherited from Catholicism and Native American traditions. It is an engaging performance that takes the audience to other times when the dead were still around.
Stories: The Hooded Mass (New Mexico), The Dog Who Spoke (Maya), Rosa (Mexico), The Old Cemetery (Maya)