Sugar Skull! A Virtual Dia De Muertos Adventure Comes To Jorgensen Digital Stage

It’s an afternoon of candy skulls, skeletons and dancing when Mexico Beyond Mariachi presents Sugar Skull! A Virtual Día de Muertos Adventure on Sunday, November 1 at 2 pm on Jorgensen Digital Stage. With a new script and pre-recorded educational content, Sugar Skull! has adapted their performance for a livestream show. The family-friendly performance tells the heartwarming story of the charismatic candy skeleton, Sugar Skull, as he follows the music to the ultimate party. During his adventure, he and the audience learn the true meaning behind the Day of the Dead.
 
The show's timely performance coincides with the annual two-day Mexican holiday during which departed friends and family members are welcomed back to the realm of the living for a joyous reunion. November 1st is “el Dia de los innocents,” which is translated to the day of the children. On this day, the spirits of children can rejoin their families for a 24-hour celebration.
 
A live Q&A with members of the company will follow the performance. borders
More about the company: www.mexicobeyondmariachi.com.
More information about the performance: https://www.sugarskullshow.com/

TICKETS / HOW TO PURCHASE LIVESTREAM:
Due to COVID-19, this performance will be online as a livestream. Tickets to livestreamed events on Jorgensen Digital Stage must be purchased at jorgensen.uconn.edu. Tickets are $10 per device. Patrons will receive order confirmation, PDF tickets, and access codes via email. In an effort to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the Box Office will be working remotely. For questions and assistance, please contact the Box Office Manager via email at jorgensen.tickets@uconn.edu. You may also leave a message for Box Office staff at 860-486-4227 and a representative will get back to you as quickly as possible. 

Support for the 2020-2021 season has been provided by the Jorgensen CoStars and Circle of Friends. Media sponsors and other partners for Sugar Skull include: New England Public Media, Radio.com, WZMX 93.7 FM, the Chronicle, MyConnecticutKids.com and UConn’s Puerto Rican Latin American Cultural Center.

A limited number of free tickets are available to current UConn Students to every performance. Due to COVID-19, requests for Rush tickets will be handled via email for Fall 2020. Please email your request to jorgensen.tickets@uconn.edu between 8am-12pm the day of the performance and include your name and NetID. If you have been selected to receive a free ticket, you will receive an email with your ticket and livestream instructions. Free tickets are limited and are first come, first served.

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