CreArte Latino Cultural Center Presents Sancocho May 3 and 4 at the Manatee Performing Arts Center

Arts & Culture

Pictured: Director Jonathan Acosta (front left) rehearses with the cast of Sancocho.

In numerous Latin American nations, "sancocho" denotes a cherished traditional stew, boasting diverse interpretations across regions. Carolina Franco, producing artistic director of CreArte Latino, underscores its significance as emblematic of the rich fusion of cultures, rhythms, and flavors within Latino communities, symbolizing their ongoing adaptation and evolution. Franco characterizes their forthcoming presentation of "Sancocho" as CreArte Latino's second venture into “devised theater projects.” She explains that the bilingual performance “explores the generational and national differences that separate us and can still bring us together. It’s about love, family, comedy, and tradition.

Pictured: Director Jonathan Acosta (front left) rehearses with the cast of Sancocho.

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