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Baby Whale and the Plastic Ocean

RMayFlowers and Kai's At-Home Theater for Kids and Grown-Ups


September 12-October 4

2020 Fringe Festival

30 minutes

Pass the Hat

YouTube

Closed Captioning


Baby Whale LOVES swimming in the open ocean, but this time they accidentally swam a little too far from Mom. Can you help Baby Whale find their way home?

This is an at-home workshop; full production set to premiere in 2021. We welcome feedback and questions to help the story of Baby Whale grow!

Closed Captioning available via the YouTube stream.

Audience members will reserve a free ticket through FringeArts. A link to the video will be emailed to the email address provided.

Recommended for kids and their grown-ups.

Showtimes

Available to access online during the Festival

Pricing

Free, Pass the Hat donations encouraged

About the Artists

At the request of their eldest son, the Flowers family is making theater for kids and grown-ups from their home. They devise and adapt stories to activate the imagination and embolden folks to care for animals, the planet, and each other.

Rebecca May Flowers (she/her) is a freelance director and choreographer, as well as an arts administrator. She began her career in Orlando, Florida, and has spent the past 7 years living and playing in the Philadelphia area. She loves making art with her family best of all and is thrilled to be on this journey with the whole at-home crew.

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