Presented by Imagination Stage
Saturday, Feb 15, 1:30pm
Sunday, Feb 16, 1:30pm
Saturday, Feb 29, 3:30pm and 6pm
Sunday, Mar 1, 1:30pm
Imagination Stage says:
What happens when a girl no bigger than a thumb finds herself lost in a great big world? She takes control of the story, of course! In this plucky retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, Thumbelina sets off to find her place in a world where she does not seem to “fit,” meeting a bashful toad, a bullying band of maybugs, a helpful field mouse, and many more friends along the way. But is her story written for her? OR can she control her destiny?
Inspired by Kamishibai – a form of Japanese street theatre that uses illustrated boards to create the story – this production features live video projections, puppetry, dioramas, and other theatre magic. Thumbelina will dazzle audiences with an eye-catching celebration of individuality and friendship.
A multimedia play in repertory with Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth
Best for ages 4+
Written and Directed by Natsu Onoda Power
Adapted from the Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale