The Mock Turtle Marionette Theater Presents: The Morningtime Of Now

The Morningtime of Now

Thursday ◊ May 22, 2014 ◊ 8:00 p.m.

Charles Brown Ice House

56 River St. (Sand Island)

Bethlehem, Pa. 18018

 

ImageProxy (8)In 1920, America was enthralled by the nature writings of a precocious six-year-old girl. Her name was Opal Whiteley. Nearly 100 years later, with her stories captured in puppetry and her poetry in song, Opal takes us to a transformative place—The Blue Hills.

Opal Whiteley’s quaint diary inspired folksinger Anne Hills to use her text in song. With 30 puppets created by the Mock Turtle Marionette Theater, the show celebrates a child’s wonder at the beauty of nature! The Morningtime of Now is for adults and children alike! Bring the whole family to this original music and puppet play based on the diary of a young girl in the early 1900s.

Click here to purchase last minute discounted RUSH TICKETS are available for this performance on May 22nd for only $9.99!

 

For More Information:

www.facebook.com/themorningtimeofnow

or visit The Mock Turtle Marionette Theater’s website

http://mockturtle.org/

 

The Morningtime of Now is an original puppet play based on the diary of Opal Whiteley with original music by Michael Smith.

With Anne Hills, Kayla Prestel, Jay Ansill and the 2013-14 Touchstone Theatre Apprentices.

Puppetry and direction by Doug Roysdon of Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre.

RUSH TICKET IS FOR MAY 22nd PERFORMANCE!

Additional dates and times are May 22 – 25 @ 8pm and May 25 – 26 @ 2pm.

Click Here to Buy
Last Minute Discount
RUSH Tickets 
for ONLY $9.99!

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