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Summer Intensives Performance: A Wrinkle In Time
Aug
10
2:00 PM14:00

Summer Intensives Performance: A Wrinkle In Time

On the Stanley Subaru stage

Students will bring beloved author Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time to life! Meg Murray, the awkward, brilliant daughter of two prominent scientists finds herself an unlikely heroine when her father disappears. She must join forces with humans, aliens, and even “witches” to travel through space and time to save her father.

$12 Adults/Seniors, $8 Students (15&under) General Admission

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Summer Intensives Performance: A Wrinkle In Time
Aug
9
7:00 PM19:00

Summer Intensives Performance: A Wrinkle In Time

On the Stanley Subaru stage

Students will bring beloved author Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time to life! Meg Murray, the awkward, brilliant daughter of two prominent scientists finds herself an unlikely heroine when her father disappears. She must join forces with humans, aliens, and even “witches” to travel through space and time to save her father.

$12 Adults/Seniors, $8 Students (15&under) General Admission

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Seal Brother
Jul
20
2:00 PM14:00

Seal Brother

Summer Intensives Performances: Seal Brother (K-4)

On the Stanley Subaru stage

This ancient Celtic myth, is brought to the stage as the students bring it to the shores of Downeast Maine! Based on the myth of the selkie, a magical creature who can transform from seal to human, Seal Brother transports us to the past to explore themes of magic, loss, and family through the eyes of those who still believe in fairy tales.

$12 Adults/Seniors, $8 Students (15&under) General Admission

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Seal Brother
Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

Seal Brother

Summer Intensives Performances: Seal Brother (K-4)

On the Stanley Subaru stage

This ancient Celtic myth, is brought to the stage as the students bring it to the shores of Downeast Maine! Based on the myth of the selkie, a magical creature who can transform from seal to human, Seal Brother transports us to the past to explore themes of magic, loss, and family through the eyes of those who still believe in fairy tales.

$12 Adults/Seniors, $8 Students (15&under) General Admission

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