Show Information Written by: Heather Nisbett-Loewenstein Music by: Jack Sharman
Run Time: 30 mins. Target Age: PS - 6th grade Maximum Audience: 500 Curriculum: Environmental science, art, music and theater.
Felicia Flash, wildlife photographer, and her side-kick, Karma the elephant, are at it again in their latest wacky adventure. Following a sewer rat down the drain opens up a new world for our duo as they discover what our watershed is, its connection to the ecosystem and how we can make a difference. Al, the rat, is upset when once again thoughtless humans decide to use his storm sewer drain as a trash can. Not only that, but he is put in danger when an oil barrel lands on his head trapping him inside as it floats out to sea. Can our dynamic duo save him in time? What and who do they meet as they travel from stream to river and where do they end up? Join us for the answers to these and many other nail-biting questions as we go down the drain! Marionettes, rod and mouth puppets with lots of audience interaction! Sponsored in part by MARC and The Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.
What We Need Staging: 20’X20’x10'H floor level Electrical: One 110 outlet Other Requirements: This show is a bit larger than some of our others. 20' by 16' is a possibility but the more room the better. A gym or cafeteria works best.
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