"Under the earth Fuego is grumbling and rumbling.
He is angry and when he is angry his blood runs hot!"
In the mountains of Guatemala
the native peoples share an ancient legend with their children. Before
sleeping, the child must tell her doll her trouble and while she sleeps,
the doll will solve the problem. Teresa, a young village girl, has one
very BIG trouble – the fiery volcano god, Fuego, whose rumbles echo
across the mountains. Can her Trouble Dolls help defeat him and rescue
her brother, Paco??
The Legend of the Trouble Dolls is based on the folklore of Guatemala.
Produced by special arrangement with Children's Theatre Plays
Wednesday, November 10th, 9:15 am
Friday, November 12th, 1:00 pm
Running time: 40 minutes
Benefits Bernardine Center Food Pantry!
15th and Chestnut Street,
on the main campus.
FreshBaked Theatre Company
Widener's student ensemble producing inventive theatre for audiences of all ages.
Lisa Eckley Cocchiarale