Stories Of How The Natural World's Curiosities Came To Be
StoryTime Theatre – Native American Myths
March 23 @ 10:30
A play for younger audiences
by the Blue Apple Outreach Touring Company
written by the company, directed by Heather Burns
Rabbit, Bear, and Coyote are a rambunctious yet charming group of animals present in the mythic traditions of many Native American nations. Their rambles, tricks, and dares lead to the creation of the constellations, the length of Rabbit’s tail, and other universal curiosities as this play shares the cultural stories of how the natural world came to be.
The performance + Q&A session grows comprehension of literary genre. Show features a set & props hand-made from familiar objects, demonstrating that resourcefulness is a gateway to creative expression.
Performed at Commonwealth Theatre Center
on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage
1123 Payne Street, Louisville, KY 40204
Ticket prices are the same online or in person at the door. Tickets are $5 plus taxes and fees. Seating is general admission.
Not eligible for Arts Card or "Golden Ticket" discounts.
Parking is on-street (parallel, no meters) or in the lot at the rear of the theatre.
For sold out shows, reserved tickets will be released to those on standby five minutes before the show starts.
Tickets are non-refundable.