Storyteller and solo performer, Antonio Sacre bridges two cultures with humor and stories. He creates a truly bilingual experience, drawing from an extensive repertoire of folk tales, myths and legends from around the world, focusing on Spanish-speaking countries, especially Mexico. It doesn’t matter whether you speak English, Spanish or both, Sacre’s storytelling artfully interweaves both languages.
About Antonio Sacre
Born in Boston to a Cuban father and Irish-American mother, Sacre is an internationally touring writer, storyteller, and solo performance artist based in Los Angeles. He has performed at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, and museums, schools, libraries, and festivals internationally. His storytelling recordings have won numerous awards, including the American Library Association’s Notable Recipient Award, the Parent’s Choice Gold and Silver Awards, and the National Association of Parenting Publications Gold Award. He was awarded an Ethnic and Folk Arts Fellowship from the Illinois Arts Council. Since 1994, he has taught drama, storytelling, and writing to teachers and students nationwide, and worked as artist in residence with youth in four inner city high schools of New York, Chicago, and South Central Los Angeles.