SUGAR SKULL! A Virtual Día de Muertos Adventure is inspired by the successful live touring family & children’s show, SUGAR SKULL! A Día de Muertos Musical Adventure. For information on the live show, click HERE.
Specifically created for the virtual platform, with a new script, and additional creative partners to facilitate the leap into this new territory, SUGAR SKULL! A Virtual Día de Muertos Adventure is a captivating theatrical experience for the times that celebrates Day of the Dead, a traditional holiday that transcends borders.
Join Sugar Skull, a charismatic candy skeleton, as he follows the music towards the ultimate party! He is spurred on by the tricky Chaneques, who desperately want him to be the centerpiece on their ofrenda. Along the path, Sugar Skull meets many colorful characters who teach him how Day of the Dead is much more than a party — it is a celebration of life! This delightful 30-minute virtual theatre performance is appropriate for ages 3+, and sure to be loved by family, school, and young audiences alike.
Pre-recorded educational content to enrich the SUGAR SKULL! experience.
Día de Muertos makeup tutorial with Sugar Skull!
Create your own Catrina Calavera puppet
How to make your own ofrenda
Instrument walk-through and demonstration
This is a preliminary list. Modules may be customized if requested.
Gregory Van Acker
Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
SCENIC & ANIMATION DESIGN
Originally from Córdoba, México, Rafa is a graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in NYC and awarded Cultural Representative of Veracruz. Rafa is always thrilled to represent his beloved Mexico through his artistic work as actor, dancer, and singer.
VOICE OVERS: CHUECA, BRUJA
VOICE OVER: RASCUACHE
Mexico Beyond Mariachi
Ximena Violante,Victor Pichardo, Benjamin Hidalgo, Alda Reuter, Sinuhe Padilla
GUEST SINGER ON "LA BRUJA"
MARIGOLD, BRUJA, CHANEQUES
Born in México, Argelia is a dancer, instructor, and choreographer specializing in Contemporary, West African, Afro-Cuban & Mexican Folk Dance. Argelia is a sought- after instructor, teaching in NYC, Mexico, Cuba, Chile, and Costa Rica. She is a former professor at the School of Dance of the Universidad Veracruzana in Mexico.