¿Dónde está Juana?
Native Spanish-speakers Andrés and Christina of 123 Andrés explore our hemisphere in Spanish and English, as well as ASL. Our friend Juana is missing, and our only clue is that she’s somewhere in the Americas. Equipped with a giant map and several musical instruments, the audience embarks on a search for Juana, learning about geography, culture, and language. Students are engaged by creating rhythms, call-and-response, and small and full-body movements. In addition, Andrés and Christina share their immigration stories with upper elementary audiences, creating connections for students with real-life experiences. Can be performed fully in Spanish or bilingually.
Price & Info
Assembly Price: $1,010
Assembly Two-in-a-Row Price: $1,590
Travel Fee: $75 per day
Audience Limit: 250
Program Length: 45 min.
Appropriate For Grade(s): Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Arts Appreciation Month
Cinco De Mayo
End of Year Celebration
Music in the Schools Month
National Arts & Humanities Month
National Arts in Education Week
National Hispanic Heritage Month
Language Arts Literacy
Latin American History
Visual & Performing Arts
Artist arrives 1 hour prior to performance. Needs table for props and instruments and access to electricity. Ideally school provides a projector (artists can provide cables and dongles for HDMI or VGA connection; artist can provide small projector if school doesn’t have one). Screen or large light-colored wall on which to project. Artist provides own microphones. Prefers to plug into school system if available (can provide system if school doesn’t have one).