Los Pastores- A Shepherd's Play
Franciscan priests created shepherd’s plays (which depict the shepherd’s journey to see Baby Jesus) in the 16th Century as a way to share the Spanish culture and religion with Meso-American Indians.
Jan 04, 2014
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
|Where||Goliad State Park & Historic Site|
|Contact Phone||(361) 645-3405|
Come to Goliad State Park on Saturday, January 4, 2014 to see Los Pastores! Created when Spain came to the New World, shepherd’s plays were used to teach Native Americans about Spanish religion and culture.
Using song, dance, and colorful costumes, these plays presented the travails of the shepherds as they made their way to see the newborn Baby Jesus. This Spanish language presentation will give attendees a firsthand perspective of what life was like for the mission Indians of Texas!