With great fanfare and “Tales to know the world by”, the MazHistorias Collective celebrated World Oral Storytelling Day before a mixed audience in Plazuela Machado.
Dozens of children, adolescents and adults, including a group of university students, gathered from an early hour to listen to the narrations of seven storytellers who, with their stories, mimes and more, made those present fantasize.
The festival of live arts supported by the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán was inaugurated by Eunice Murúa with “The history of the tecomate”, through which she narrated the history and the names by which this peculiar tree is known in the Mexican Republic , and the medicinal and recreational use that our ancestors gave it.
María Félix continued, who to celebrate words, transported us with her story to Oceania to narrate “The legend of the boomerang and the moon”, a story where animals such as kangaroos, koalas, among other inhabitants of the region were the protagonists.
Laura Medina told “Mom, do you love me?”, A tender story from Alaska, where she demonstrated what a mother’s love can do to help her sons and daughters through tender adventures.
On stage, Ángela Camacho recounted a Spanish adventure where “La cabra montesina” was its protagonist.
Sergio García continued, delighting the attendees with the lyrics of the Colombian Jairo Aníbal Niño, through the story “In secret”.
Mazatlecan writer Melly Peraza narrated “Azucenas para Buda”, an oriental tale.
The actions of the day concluded with the participation of María Muñiz with “Tales of the grandmother”, stories from Mexico