Terrapin Puppet Theatre's
You and Me and the Space Between
DATE: Thursday, March 28, 7pm
FAMILY ART NIGHT AT WAC: Join us one hour before the show for fun activities!*
LOCATION: Baum Walker Hall at Walton Arts Center
PRE-PAID PARKING: remember to purchase pre-paid parking along with your tickets for a guaranteed space in the nearby parking deck!
*Family Art Night partners (see list below) will each have arts & crafts, puzzles, games and learning opportunities for families centered around the ideas of sustainability, climate change and reducing impact to fit with the theme of the show!
- Ozark Natural Science Center
- Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
- Canopy NWA
- NWA Land Trust
- Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
- Fayetteville & Washington County Recycling
- Tri Cycle Farms
- University of Arkansas Entomology
- Museum of Native American History
ABOUT THE SHOW:
When the island of Proud Circle springs a leak, its citizens must find a way to stop their home from disappearing! It takes the wondering mind of a child to save the island, its people and their ways.
From the imagination of one of Australia’s most accomplished children’s playwrights comes a tale of wonder and invention. Storytelling, choreographed projections and live drawn animation explore the plight of refugees fleeing environmental change through the eyes of a child. Step inside a picture book with an artist and storyteller, amidst a paper set that’s cut, ripped, patched and manipulated live to create a world of play.
Best for ages 7+
Read more about this performance on the WAC Blog!