Denver Children’s Theatre presents
TOMÁS AND THE LIBRARY LADY
Adapted by: Jose Cruz Gonzalez
From the book by: Pat Mora
February 8 – March 1
School Performances: Weekdays (No Performances February 19 & 20)
10:00 am and 12:00 pm
Play length: 45 min
Suitable for: Grades 1- 8
Join us on February 21 for our Accessibility Day! Both 10:00 am and 12:00 pm performances will offer ASL interpretation, Audio Description, and be sensory friendly. If your students need any other accommodations, please mention during booking and we will do our best to facilitate your needs.
Please email the Box Office at email@example.com, for school ticket price information, and to reserve seats for your school or class!
Public Performances – February 11, 18*, 25
The Elaine Wolf Theatre, Reserved Seating
About the Story:
Tomás, the son of migrant farm workers, meets a librarian who introduces him to the wonderful world of books. The stories enrich the lives of Tomás’ family and instill a love of reading. This is the inspiring true story of Tomás Rivera, who grew up in a migrant worker family, befriended a librarian in Iowa, and learned to love books and the places they took him. Tomás went on to a successful career in academia and became the chancellor of the University of California, Riverside. Adapted from the well-loved book written by Pat Mora, this play can be readily understood by both English and Spanish speakers.
*Join us on February 18 for our Accessibility Day! The performance will offer ASL interpretation, Audio Description, and be sensory-friendly. If you need any other accommodations, please contact the box office at least two weeks before the performance and we will do our best to facilitate your needs.