As a child during the Mexican Revolution, young Frida helps her mother to dress the wounds of soldiers and discovers the world of photography though her father. With the onset of Polio, her parents keep her away from bullies and other harm in the streets, but she is so lonely.
With the help of her imagination, she discovers a world of her own, beyond the four walls of her room, where she can play and dance, and be herself. Her imaginary friend takes her to a fiesta with all the characters of her imaginings. There she discovers who she truly is, and sets off on her own to become the legendary artist that continues to inspire.

Ajai received his BA in Theatre Arts from Oregon State University. For ten seasons he managed the education programs of Teatro Milagro where he also performed in Duende de Lorca, B’aktun 13, Frida: un retablo, Cuéntame Coyote, Searching for Aztlán, Broken Promises, El Payaso, Bi-, and Judge Torres. He has also appeared in Tenali the Royal Trickster at Northwest Children’s Theatre, Troilus and Cressida for Salt and Sage Productions, and complex at Theatre Vertigo. He has written three plays for young audiences: Sueños de Fútbol; Mijita Fridita; and ¡Corre! ¡Corre!

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