Piper the Puppet has traveled to New York City all the way from the planet Blank to learn about his FIVE senses! Incorporating live music, puppetry, videos and sensory objects, FIVE invites you to explore your five senses while celebrating the unique boroughs of New York City!
Written for young audiences by Sara Morgulis and Brooke Boertzel, with a bilingual version adapted by Andrea Palma and Ana Cantorán Viramonte, NYCCT’s touring musical visits Theatre Row this spring!
Join us for FIVE, our multimedia musical, at 10:30 am and CINCO, our bilingual multimedia musical, at 1pm!
Friday, Mar. 31
WHERE: Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, 248 W. 60th St. NY, NY 10023, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center
Treehouse Shakers Presents
The Deepest Breath
Join us on a bubbling aquatic adventure of bravery & self-love
For Ages 9-13+
Treehouse Shakers’ The Deepest Breath, is for ages 9-13 and their families. Based on the book by Meg Grehan, adapted/directed by Cheyenne Mesura, with choreography by Ashley Chavonne in collaboration with the performers, The Deepest Breath centers on Stevie, a young girl who LOVES to read. After realizing that there are so many things to learn about, Stevie experiences anxiety. As her anxious thoughts take over, Stevie focuses on learning about EVERY creature in the ocean in hope that she can unravel her thoughts and make sense of these new feelings. There is just one thing that Stevie can’t stop thinking about…why does she get a fizzy feeling in her stomach when she looks at her friend Chloe?
Audiences are invited to join Stevie on a bubbling, aquatic adventure of acceptance and self-love as her curiosity leads her to uncover more about the world and herself. Told through original theater and dance, The Deepest Breath is an inquisitive and honest story that welcomes young people to be brave in a world full of unknowns. Join Treehouse Shakers’ for this new premiere that celebrates LGBTQIA+ identities.
Premiere Night Celebration
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Party and Talk Back Following Performance
Friday, March 31 @ 7PM
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