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Un show bilingüe, interactivo y entretenido
sobre las aventuras del famoso personaje de la literatura española.
Basado en la novela de Cervantes.
Recomendado para niños (6+) y sus familias.
A highly interactive, bilingual and entertaining show about the adventures of the famous character from Spanish literature.
Based on the novel by Cervantes.
Recommended for children (6+) and their families.
Paulino travels around the world on paper boats and brings back many folktales and languages from distant countries. Make your own paper boat and join Paulino in this entertaining, multicultural and multilingual storytelling feast!
A tall Argentine leaves his mother land to come to the U.S. and discovers that changing the language you speak might change who you are. Don’t Cry For Me uses satire, movement, and storytelling to explore connections between language and identity. Performed by Paulino Brener. Directed by Dario Tangelson.
What people say about Paulino and his presentations:
“Paulino Brener is an amazing language teacher who brings culture to life in your classroom with his instruction of the dance and song of ”Carnavalito” from Jujuy, Argentina– as well as other dances from his large repertoire from his native land, Argentina. He magically engages children and teachers to want to learn the dance and consequently more about the culture of Argentina. I would highly recommend Paulino for an Artist-in-residence experience in your school. ”– Kathy Olson-Studler (St. Paul Academy and Summit School, St. Paul, MN)
“Paulino’s performance is engaging and interactive. He encourages children to embrace foreign languages, world cultures and the power of stories. Paper Boats is a delightful voyage into the imagination.” — Zaraawar Mistry (Dreamland Arts, St. Paul, MN)
“Paulino -Thanks for having been with us at our last College in the Schools field day again. These last semesters we have had between 300 and 600 students at our field days dancing with you . The students (and teachers!) seemed to have enjoyed very much all the dancing, the speaking and the singing in Spanish. Here are some comments from some of the teachers who attended: ”His energy and enthusiasm made it really interesting”, “(he) got the kids paying attention and moving. Kept them engaged”, ” Very interactive for everyone!”, “(the best was) student movement and bringing students to the stage to dance”. – Cristina Castro (Spanish Department, U of M, Minneapolis, MN)