Sacre goes, he leaves storytellers behind."
Sacre's 45 minute storytelling assemblies draw
from an extensive repertoire that includes folk talkes, myths and
legends from around the world, focusing on Spanish-speaking countries,
especially Mexico. He can perform entirely in English, Spanish or a
lively interweaving of both. His teaching workshops give educators
specific tools that they can use to bring storytelling across their
curriculum from Pre-K through post graduate level. Sacre is a favorite
featured storyteller at over 50 festivals worldwide, including the
National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee and the
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Antonio Sacre is an internationally touring storyteller, writer, and
solo performance artist based in Los Angeles. He has been a featured
storyteller at the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival,
the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress, and museums,
schools, libraries, and festivals worldwide.
His recordings have won numerous national awards, and his retelling of
the story The Barking Mouse was published as a
picture book by Albert Whitman and Company in March 2003. His next two
picture books will be published by Abrams Books for Young Readers in
2010. To hear Antonio's latest story Dreaming of Cuba: The
Stories That Bind and download a lesson plan, click here.