Take a break from political theatrics and enjoy the story of Stone Soup with puppet theater, eat hearty soup and bread, and watch a one-act play. Friday, October 21, the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship church is hosting an evening of story with puppets, soup and theater. The fundraiser will benefit the Stone Soup Group and the production of a monodrama that has toured Seward, Victoria, British Columbia, and Anchorage.
The Krambambuli Puppet Theatre will open with the tale of Stone Soup, followed by a soup and bread gathering, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Immediately following the meal, The Child Behind the Eyes, a monodrama written by Israeli playwright Nava Semel will be presented by Anchorage-based theater artists.
In the spirit of the Stone Soup tale, the audience will be invited to a soup and bread meal. Following the meal, the main event,The Child Behind the Eyes will be presented. A brief panel discussion will end the evening with representatives from Stone Soup Group, the Alaska Chapter of Down Syndrome Congress, and family members who will share their insights relative to the performances.
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