A Day at LéaLA

by Silvia on April 30, 2011 · 1 comment

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My family and I enjoyed our day at LeaLA (read about the event here), it continues through tomorrow, Sunday, May 1st.  Here are some of the highlights from today:

  • Listening to Natalia Toledo read her bilingual (Spanish-Zapoteca) book, “Cuento del Conejo y el Coyote – Didxaguca’ sti’ Lexu ne Gueu’ (Tale of the Rabbit and the Coyote).”
  • Getting lost in mounds of Spanish language books.

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  • Watching “A la Deriva Teatro” (Drifting Theater Company) from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, performing “Romeo and Juliet for children,” a witty, funny, and creative production using just three actors – Abelardo Ferré, Gabriel Alvarez, and Susana Romo (see their photo below)-  Director Fausto Ramirez presents a whole new take on Shakespeare’s classic (in Spanish).  My kids smiled the whole time, even at the end! Watch a sneak peek at the end of this post.

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Admission is free and don’t forget to see Romeo and Juliet, there will be two more shows.

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