The Woman Who Outshone The Sun
A beautiful and mysterious woman, connected deeply to the magic of nature, is exiled from a mountain village and takes its water source, the river with her. Through their suffering for what they have lost, the villagers learn important lessons of tolerance, forgiveness, and their impact on the ecosystem. The layers of teachings hidden in this beautiful folktale attune the audience to the cycles of nature, the messages of water, and the magical life that unfolds with living from the heart. Based on a poem inspired by a Zapotec folktale.
Note: Outdoor performances available.
Audience Limit: 200
Curriculum Connection: Mask Making, Mask Theatre, Folktales, Early Civilizations, Native Latin American Culture
Travel Fee: based on National Standard Mileage Rate (Business)
Note: pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts
2-3 reserved parking spaces
2 long folding tables
Water for 4 people
1-2 people to assist performer with load-in, if possible
SOMEONE TO RUN THE CD PLAYER DURING SHOW!
20’ by 25’ stage (if possible)
Offstage changing room and/or green room (if possible)
Arrival time before first performance: 1 hour
Strike time: 30 minutes
Time needed between performances: 15 minutes
Teachers are asked to model appropriate audience behavior for students.
Please introduce the performers as a Young Audiences of Massachusetts ensemble.