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Antonio Sacre
Storyteller


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Antonio Sacre, born in Boston to a Cuban father and an Irish-American mother, is an internationally touring storyteller, solo performance artist, and keynote speaker based in Los Angeles.  He earned a BA in English from Boston College and a MA in Theater Arts from Northwestern University.  He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the New York International Fringe Theater festival (two-time Best In Fringe Festival Award winner) and many theaters and festivals worldwide.

A sought-after keynote speaker and diversity consultant, he provides keynotes across the country for educators who are expanding their vision of how children learn and for corporations committed to exploring and discussing diversity in the workplace.

He has combined his theatrical experience and training and his diversity and educational work to create "Looking for Papito" (Parent’s Choice Gold Award), an exploration and celebration of his bicultural upbringing in a Cuban and Irish-American household.

An hour-long incredibly funny and touching solo performance piece called "hilarious" by the Chicago Sun Times and "the best kind of storytelling" by the Chicago Reader will delight audiences with unforgettable characters and masterful storytelling.  In the show, he navigates the waters of his own two cultures to bring back treasure: stories that inspire audience members to celebrate their own cultures while learning about others.


"Exemplary keynote address...remarks were brilliant though practical, delivered with good humor and great charm"

M. Kadsih
NYCASD, New York, NY











"Antonio Sacre gracefully weaves his hip and heartfelt humor with his stunning multicultural content, riveting audiences time and again."

Andrea Permenter
Hubbard High School, Chicago, IL