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ArtsFarmington will present Antonio Rocha’s world of sound effects, compelling characters, physical comedy and one of a kind storytelling at 7 p.m. Friday, April 14, at the Emery Community Arts Center on Academy Street in Farmington.
Rocha will take you on a unique journey of the imagination with stories from around the world that not only entertain, but also leave hearts filled with delight, and minds aware of the beautiful world we live in.

Rocha was born and raised in Brazil, presents a unique fusion of verbal narrative and movement that has taken his work to premier venues in 43 states and 20 countries across six continents. With his tenor voice, realistic sound effects and exquisite moves.
He has performed at prestigious venues such as the National Storytelling Festival, The Smithsonian, The Kennedy Center, The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, The Mesa Performing Arts Center and more.

A former student of mime masters Tony Montanaro and Marcel Marceau, Rocha also holds a Summa Cum Laude Theatre BA from the University of Southern Maine.

Rocha is based in Maine, where he has made his home for the past 34 years.

Tickets cost $15, more if you can less if you can’t. Everyone welcome, no one turned away. UMF students and young adults 18 and younger are free. This show is not suitable for younger children.

Tickets will be available at the door or online at


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