The Three Snow Bears
Saturday, January 19, 2019
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Inspired by THE THREE SNOW BEARS by Jan Brett
Script written by Rhiana Yazzie in collaboration with Alicia Smith and Grace Smith
Directed by Sandy Boren-Barrett and Sara Pillatzki-Warzeha
Music composition by P. Ossie Kairaiuak
Ride along with us this winter through the magnificent Arctic landscape as a young Yup’ik girl embarks on a heroic sled-dog journey to save her village. On the search for the reasons of the widening river she meets a raven, a hare, a baby seal and finally three snow bears. Join us as an endearing Baby Bear and a determined Yup’ik girl meet center stage in our world premiere production.
In collaboration with New Native Theatre
MISSION STATEMENT OF NEW NATIVE THEATRE: New Native Theatre is a new way of looking at, thinking about, and staging Native American stories. Since 2009, NNT has created authentic and transformative plays and events through the lens of the Native American experience. NNT engages artists and audience by 1) Producing commissioned and existing plays by Native playwrights. 2) Producing community created plays about cultural and social justice topics. 3) Presenting the best Native American productions from around North America. 4) Providing an array of theatre training to Native American community members. 5) Engaging in collaborations with Native artists and Native organizations of varying artistic disciplines.
Recommended for all ages.
Stages Theatre Company - Mainstage @ Hopkins Center for the Arts
Hopkins, MN 55343
Hours of Operation:
Box Office hours are Tues-Sat noon to 6pm and one hour prior to all performances.
There is a free public parking ramp on 11th Ave. just south of Mainstreet.
All venues in the Hopkins Center for the Arts are wheelchair accessible.
Parking for those with mobility limitations is available at the rear of the Hopkins Center for the Arts and on the street level of the public parking ramp.
Stages Theatre Company (STC) is committed to the enrichment and education of children and youth in a professional theatre environment that stimulates artistic excellence and personal growth. STC is recognized as a leader in theatre, education and production programming for children and young adults, and has received a number of regional and national awards and grants.
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Date: Saturday, January 19, 2019