Coyotes and Rabbits
A bilingual Children's Opera
March 4, 2017
School of Arts and Culture @ Mexican Heritage Plaza Pavilion
1700 Alum Rock Ave.
San Jose, CA 95116
March 4th, 2017- Two performances
10:30-11:30 am Free face painting for children w/ tickets!
12:00 - 1:00 pm First performance
1:30-2:30 pm Second Performance
$15.00 - Adults ( 18 and over)
$5.00 - Children ( ages 4 - 17)
All seats are general seating.
School touring available. For inquries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Thanks to our School Tour Donors:
Applied Materials Foundation - Primary Sponsor
Challenge Grant Donor - Rita Elizabeth Horiguchi
Individual Donors: Amelia M Barreras; Anita Garcia; Beth R. Nord; Carmelo Rosado; Elizabeth A Hernandez; Evelia Sanchez; Fernando R. Zazueta; Fred Yepiz; Consuelo Yepiz; Grace Hutcheson; Heidi M Shott Igor Vieira; Karen E Wong; Kathryn Blackmer; M. Ricardo Flores; Maria L Caycedo; Mark Hernandez; Micaela Mariscal; Rita E Horiguchi; SHANNON M DECOLA
Hector Armienta has adapted one of the oldest Mexican folk tales known, The Coyote and the Rabbit, and turned into a lesson about the value of an education. It is told by two mischievous but well intentioned rabbits known as Chiquita and Banana. The story begins when a young Coyote, named Scrawny, is visited by his cousin, Loco. When Loco finds out that Scrawny is learning how to read, something no decent Coyote would ever do, Loco has made it his mission to set his cousin on the “right path”. What follows are a series of misadventures, due to Loco’s inability to read and his ignorance. In the end, Scrawny realizes that an education is the key to long and fruitful life.