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Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group

Contact Name: Mónica Sánchez


5104 Stage Rd.
Memphis, Tennessee 38134
United States

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Phone: (662) 812-7743

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Cazateatro is a 501-C Since 2014, the first and only bilingual there group in Tennessee.
As Tennessee’s unique bilingual theater group, we’re dedicated to bilingual education and enriching multicultural experiences. We celebrate the vibrant colors and diverse narratives of Latin American art and culture, offering transformative experiences to our community.
Our Plays are bilingual, as are our workshops, like “The real meaning of the Day of the Dead” and our bilingual Theatre Classes for children and Adults.

Philosophy: We believe that presenting stories through a Latinx lens, not only provides representation to the Latinx community, but encourages understanding, compassion, and healing with productions that speak to universal values.
Mission: Cazateatro’s mission is to celebrate and share our Latin American culture through the scenic arts, stressing the importance of intercultural learning and bilingual education.

Artist Work Samples

  • https://www.facebook.com/Cazateatro/videos/758974722462084

Sample Programs Offered

Program Title: Storytime with la abuela Tomasa

Program Type: Arts Curriculum, Arts Integration, Arts Appreciation

Program Description:

La Abuela Tomasa will tell us a well-known fairy tale but with a Latin Flavor, she will tell us the story of a little Colombian girl who finds out that her Abuela is sick and wants to visit her to bring her some healthy snacks. Along the way, Little Roja meets the Dancing Wolf, who tries to convince her to give up her healthy diet and join him in eating candy and chips. Little Roja must face the challenge and help her new friend to make good eating choices.

● Vocabulary focus – Foods, family names, feelings, colors.

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Program Title: What is Cinco de Mayo?

Program Type: Arts Curriculum, Arts Integration, Arts Appreciation

Program Description:

What is Cinco de Mayo ?
45 minutes presentation
Students will learn that Cinco de Mayo is NOT Mexico Independence Day and why we celebrate this Mexican holiday here in the U.S.A. Students will understand more about Cinco de Mayo through music, slides, and a special guest.

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