On July 26, you have the chance to bring your kids to a play like no other! Firefly: A Play For The Very Young offers a brand new, immersive experience, best suited for kids ages 2-5. So if you’re looking for a fun morning activity for your family that will both introduce your kids to theatre and teach them a thing or two, this is the place to be!
Firefly: A Play For The Very Young, was written and directed by Jessica Burrill-Logue and will be performed by Malik Fortner, Chloe Langford, and Katie Otten. Follow along with Park Ranger Glow as he travels through the woods of New England. During the show, the audience will have a whole new experience as they hear crickets, sit on moss, smell the pines, and take a plunge into darkness as the fireflies come out to play!
It doesn’t end after the show, though. Attendees are invited to stick around afterward for crafts and art-making. It’s a full morning of amazement.
The show will be held at OutrSpaces with the help of Kerfuffle, at 1258 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108. All tickets are $10, and the option for pay-what-you-can admission is available if necessary.
Kerfuffle, a theatre company, creates various performances for children all over the midwest. The Firefly project will feature shadow puppetry and gentle moments of audience interactions. It’s a great way to lightly introduce your kids to the theatre. Some of their other recent projects have included the play Goose and Gert, and The Caterpillar’s Footprint, which is a partnership with the Lied Center for Performing Arts at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
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