Photo courtesy of Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts

Imagine if our earth could talk? What would she tell us? Using puppetry, instruments and imaginative costumes made from recycled materials, this production features a young boy on an interactive journey into ancient roots that reveal how we can care for our greatest treasure, Tlali, the earth. This bilingual production celebrates Latin American mythology and its cultural connection to sustainability and ecology.

Imagine if our earth could talk? What would she tell us? Using puppetry, instruments and imaginative costumes made from recycled materials, this production features a young boy on an interactive journey into ancient roots that reveal how we can care for our greatest treasure, Tlali, the earth. This bilingual production celebrates Latin American mythology and its cultural connection to sustainability and ecology.

Imagine if our earth could talk? What would she tell us? Using puppetry, instruments and imaginative costumes made from recycled materials, this production features a young boy on an interactive journey into ancient roots that reveal how we can care for our greatest treasure, Tlali, the earth. This bilingual production celebrates Latin American mythology and its cultural connection to sustainability and ecology.

WHEN

WHERE

Turner House
401 N. Rosemont Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://turnerhouse.org/2019/06/teatro-dallas-when-we-were-earth/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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