Join Irma Laguerre at STNJ as she brings to life American Indigenous tales as part of our Milk & Cookies series! Combining performance art with puppetry, indigenous languages, and interactive presentations, Irma will tell tales passed along from generation to generation, providing valuable lessons to kids that will resonate with the whole family.
Irma (Nahua/Tarasco/Arawak) is an actor, singer-storyteller, and writer. She is the Director of Children’s Cultural Center of Native America, an educational project that debunks stereotypes and provides students with a true account of the past, present, and future of Native peoples.
Milk & Cookies is a lively, interactive storytelling and music series for families. This program, which takes place in our Studio, is the perfect way to introduce children ages 3-8 to live theater. Includes a cookie and a carton of milk for every child after the show. The 12pm show is a Sensory-Friendly Performance, specially designed to provide a safe, welcoming environment for kids on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities.
Facility and transaction fees are waived for this performance.
We offer a variety of services to improve your visit and ensure your accessibility needs are fully met. Learn More.
This show is recommended for ages 3-9. Everyone, regardless of age, entering the theater must purchase a ticket. Child seating policy details.
Policies, programs, artists, dates, times, and prices are subject to change without notice. Additional fees may apply. All sales are final, there are no refunds unless the event is cancelled. Refunds are only made to the original purchaser. Learn more about State Theatre policies.