What Does Red Do on Thursday at Imagination State

November 7, 2011 in Uncategorized
See an artist at work. Watch as German artist Joachim Torbahn uses paint and a giant canvas on stage to tell the story of Little Red who takes a journey around his neighborhood. Underscored with classical music, this 40 min. silent theatre piece is riveting to watch as the artist brings his characters and places to life with the simple stroke of a paintbrush. Bring your whole family (good for all ages) and watch as art comes alive and the artist paints you a play!

Children are able to visit the artist on stage after the show to see how the magic is done!

There will be an ASL interpreter on Saturday, Nov. 12th at 11:45 AM.

However, this show is highly accessible even without interpretation; there is an extremely small amount of text in the piece, and it is fully supported visually.

 

Enjoyed by ages 3 and up.

Tickets: $10 per person; $5 lap seat for children under 12 months. Tickets and Schedule.

• Special $5 Preview Performances this Saturday, November 5 at 10:30 and 11:45! Use code “Enews” online or over the phone (301-280-1660).

• Or, take $2 off any other performance with code “Thursday.” (subject to availability, not valid with other offers or on previous purchases.

Don’t forget! November 11 and 12 are early dismissal days or no school days for many local schools. Spend your time off with Red!

• Get a sneak peek of Red in action in this short video preview!

This guest production from Germany is produced by Thalias Kompagnons Theatre Company and generously supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.

For tickets:

www.imaginationstage.org

For more information:

Diane L. Nutting

Director of Access and Inclusion

Imagination Stage

301-280-1637

dnutting@ImaginationStage.org