Gutiérrez – Alma Llanera Pajarillo
de Abreu – Tico Tico no Fubá
Sousa – Liberty Bell March
Bélanger, Marc – Potpourri Lavalois
Piazzolla – Oblivion
Trudel, Alain – Drum Magic
Traditional (arr. Wagler) – La Mariposa
Revueltas – Duelo from “Hommaje a Federico Garcia Lorca”
Traditional (arr. Wagler) – La Bruja
Sheldon, Robert – Danzas Cubanas
Morricone – Gabriel's Oboe from “The Mission”
De Falla (arr. Chapelier) – Spanish Dance No.1 from “La Vida Breve”
Bernstein (arr. Peress) – "Mambo" from West Side Story
This performance requires the services of three artists from Platypus Theatre: two performers and a stage manager
Lighting can be varied to suit facility.
Presenter must supply two flesh-coloured, inconspicuous microphones (Sennheiser MKE 2 Gold or similar) that can be hooked over the ear or attached to the face.
For full technical requirements, click on downloads for the rider.
Presto, Mambo! as a School Concert
Each Platypus Theatre program is tailored to suit both the primary (kindergarten to third grade) and junior divisions (fourth to seventh grade). Our in-depth and relevant study guides were developed by teachers, with separate activities by grade level and curriculum that meet or exceed most state and provincial standards for arts education.