This Week, Children’s Theater Comes Twice to MB

3 Aug

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The Princess, The Pauper, & Other Stories, Tuesday, August 4 at 10am  (at our rain location: the Morse School)

This play, brought to us by Little Red Wagon Theater from New Hampshire, combines several Moroccan Fairy Tales into one beautiful story.

Young prince Amir, grew up on the tales told to him by his family. Follow along as these stories come to life and help him as he must make many important decisions. This play explores the lessons learned in fairy tales such as The Princess and the Pauper, The Girl who lived with Gazelles, & The Stone by the Door. Each story guides its characters towards deciding what makes a good person and a great friend. Presented by Cambridge Arts Summer in the City.

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Yellow Bird Chase, Thursday, August 6 at 11am  (Rain location: Morse School) FREE!

A clownish maintenance crew finds a magical yellow bird. Seeing its value, they try to capture the bird, but it escapes and a great chase begins. Racing over land, across the sea, and through the air, battling pirates, monsters and terrible pop songs, how far will our crew chase to catch the yellow bird? Join Liars & Believers Theatre in a new story for all ages told in mask, puppetry and gibberish. This new play has just debuted on the Boston Common to great accolades.

Both events will take place under the trees beside the pedestrian foot bridge (at the foot of Magazine St. and Memorial Drive). Look for the balloons! Thank you to Sanofi, Forest City, MIT & the Charles River Conservancy for sponsoring our 2015 summer programs!

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