FBCL Presents “The Aztec Princess” Bilingual Fable for Children 

Performer in Aztec headdress, holding a puppet on each hand.

June/July 2022

In conjunction with the Summer Reading Challenge, Fort Bend County Libraries will host a special storytelling performance for children, “The Aztec Princess,” on Tuesday, June 28, beginning at 2:30 pm, in the Meeting Room of George Memorial Library in Richmond. This performance is for families with children of all ages. 

The performance will be repeated at the following locations:
*Cinco Ranch Branch Library – Wednesday, July 6, 2:00 and 3:00 pm (grades 1-5 ONLY)
Mission Bend Branch Library – Saturday, July 9, 3:00 pm (all ages)
*Sienna Branch Library – Tuesday, July 12, 2:00 and 3:00 pm (all ages)

*A free ticket – available one hour prior to the performance – is required for admission to the performances at the Cinco Ranch Branch Library and the Sienna Branch Library.

Presented by Express Children’s Theatre, “The Aztec Princess” is a bilingual Mexican fable told by a time-traveling princess. In this interactive storytelling adventure, the Aztec Princess tells two classic fables – one about making good choices and another about stranger danger – while teaching English and Spanish vocabulary along the way. 

Express Children’s Theatre is a multicultural theatre company that has been creating and performing work for children and their families in the Houston area for more than 30 years.

Made possible by a grant through Young Audiences of Houston, the performances are free and open to the public. 

For more information, call George Memorial Library (281-342-4455), the Cinco Ranch Branch Library (281-395-1311), the Mission Bend Branch Library (832-471-5900), or the Sienna Branch Library (281-238-2900).