Don’t just look at art — make your own. A full afternoon of free workshops kicks off “Dame Tu Voz,” or “Giving Voice,” a family-friendly festival celebrating Hispanic musical traditions, language and performing arts that’s presented by Henley Street Theatre and the Latin Ballet of Virginia. Learn storytelling, puppet-making and dance styles including salsa, bachata and flamenco, and learn your future with fortune teller Danita Collins. The evening continues with two plays, “Rappaccini’s Daughter” and “El Retablo de las Maravillas (The Marvelous Pageant),” which will be performed by local actors and students along with members of the Latin Ballet of Virginia and flamenco dance virtuoso Antonio Hidalgo (pictured). “Dame Tu Voz” takes place at Centenary United Methodist Church on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1-5 p.m., with the performance at 7 p.m. Free for festival, $10 for performance. henleystreettheatre.org or latinballet.com.
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