Frida Libre

By Karen Zacarías

Composer: Deborah Lapuma

Touring Sep. 10–12 & Sep. 25 – Nov. 2

The MTC Production of “Frida Libre” will be presented at the Día de los Muertos and Celebration of Hispanic Culture presented in collaboration with the Hispanic Festival Inc. at the Missouri History Museum October 27 and 28 at 11 am.

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October 20 Frida Libre will be performed at the St. Louis Central Public Library at 2 PM. Get more information.

Inspired by the childhood of legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Frida Libre is the uplifting story of young Frida who plans to become a doctor and her new friend Alex who secretly wishes to be a wrestler. Thrown together on a science project about metamorphosis, the two go on a delightful journey in this musical performance that features original songs and explores the meaning of transformation, bravery, understanding and acceptance.

Recommended adults and young people 2nd–8th grade.

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For more information contact us at community at metroplays dot org or call at 314.932.7414 x106

Berges Family Foundation

Missouri Arts CouncilRegional Arts Commission of St. Louis Arts & Education Council