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Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Orlando theater company Descolonizarte Teatro presents an evening of Colombian and Venezuelan cowboy tales this weekend

Posted By on Tue, Jul 6, 2021 at 3:42 PM

click image A Descolonizarte Teatro performnace at Timucua Arts Foundation - PHTOO COURTESY DESCOLONIZARTE  REATRO
  • Phtoo courtesy Descolonizarte Reatro
  • A Descolonizarte Teatro performnace at Timucua Arts Foundation
Local LatinX theater troupe Descolonizarte Teatro present Casos y Cachos Llaneros: Oral Stories from the Colombian and Venezuelan Plains this weekend at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center.

An evening of "tall tales" and storytelling traditions of the "cowboys of the Colombian and Venezuelan Plains," the monologues will be melded to visual effects, performances, sound effects and even a full Llanero band for an immersive experience.



Casos y Cachos Llaneros takes place on Saturday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Lowndes' Margeson theater. Tickets are available now through Descolonizarte Teatro. Note: The show is in Spanish, with subtitles in English.



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