- HAVANA HOP: a children’s tale of culture and identity
HAVANA HOP: a children’s tale of culture and identity
Salsa flavor meets hip-hop style! Young Yeila dreams of being a superstar, but her lack of confidence gives her awful stage fright. With advice from her mother, grandmother, and mentors, Yeila learns to look to her roots to gain confidence and be amazing!
Journey with Yeila as she travels to Cuba to visit her grandmother and discovers the strength of her multicultural heritage. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play, written and performed by Paige Hernandez with music by Nick the 1da.
This story speaks to anyone who rises to meet their future by calling on those who came before!
Social Studies, 21st Century Skills, Music, Theater, Dance
Teachers will be granted access to supplemental materials to help students prepare for and to reflect on their experience at the theater. Materials are generally available four-six weeks before the performance.
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