Volcanes: Cuentos de El Salvador (Volcanoes: Tales of El Salvador)

 World Premiere!
 By Cornelia Cody
 Directed by Gustavo Ott
 October 8 - 22, 2016

Student Matinees: October 11-14 and October 17-21, 2016 at 10:30 am (weekdays). For more information, email education@galatheatre.org.
General Public: October 8 and October 22, 2016 at 3 pm (Saturdays); Sunday, October 9 at 3 pm.

In Mayan volcano is ixcanul (fire mountain). A volcano’s fire is hot, alive, and beautiful, like the stories and folktales from El Salvador. This entertaining play is a fun-filled musical spectacle for children 5 to 9 years old that combines past and present, myth and stories of everyday life.

Tickets: $12 adults; $10 children.


Intertwined Identities, a series by Salvadoran painter Nicolas F. Shi, will be exhibited in the GALA lobby through November 13. The exhibition features images of Latin American indigenous people who are identifiable through their textiles and whose clothing are similar to those worn by Asian ethnic people and minorities in color and design.

Nicolas F. Shi is a painter who was born in El Salvador to Chinese parents, and has resided in Washington, DC for many years. His work mixes the bright colors of Central America with the harmony and simplicity of traditional Chinese painting and the boldness found in contemporary American art. Mr. Shi’s work has been exhibited in China, Japan, Korea, and the United States. He has a Master’s degree in architectural engineering from Oklahoma State University.

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