Jasmin Cardenas & Antonio Sacre 2/10/22

$15.00

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This ticket can be purchased until 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, February 12.
Video can be viewed from 2 pm ET on Thursday, February 10 until midnight ET on Monday, February 14.

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Antonio Sacre
Born in Boston to a Cuban father and Irish-American mother, Antonio Sacre is an internationally touring storyteller, author, and solo performance artist. His storytelling recordings have won numerous awards, including the Parent’s Choice Gold and Silver awards. Sacre has four well-known children’s books to his credit and is a recipient of the NSN Oracle circle of Excellence Award. His adult solo shows have toured many fringe festivals, including the New York City International Fringe Theater Festival, where he won two Best-in-Fringe Festival awards. Sacre has performed worldwide, including for the National Book Festival, The Library of Congress, and the Kennedy Center. “An extraordinary talent for engaging an audience…frankly funny, uncompromisingly believable, and above all – kind.” – Backstage
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Jasmin Cardenas
The daughter of immigrant parents, Jasmin Cardenas is an award-winning Colombian American storyteller, actress, educator and social activist who explores the uncomfortable truths found when you grow up between cultures. Jasmin regularly tours her bilingual program which highlights lesser known folktales, myths, and legends from North, Central, and South America. She has performed at Steppenwolf and Goodman Theatres, and her television credits include appearances on Chicago Fire, The CHI, and Betrayal.  Fusing her love of performance with the need for raising social consciousness, she enjoys helping young people find solutions to real life problems, create a space for dialogue around issues of conflict, and create art that speaks to the needs of today’s world. “There are brilliant passages where Cardenas enthralls…. She is speaking the dialogue clearly in English but it feels like she is speaking in tongues.” Chicago Theater Beat
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