May 7, 2022 |Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse
Teaching the important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness, these retellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa will engage and delight your children. Japanese and Okinawan music, language, and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals, puppets, and a whole lot of fun for young audience members and their families.
Series sponsored by The Stiller Family Foundation
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- Guests aged 2 and over are required to wear a CDC approved mask that completely covers the nose, mouth and under the chin.
- All guests aged 5 and over are required to present documentation (printed or digital) of a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of full vaccination status. No home testing will be accepted.
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