A Co-production with The University of Washington School of Drama
Written by Melissa James Gibson
February 25–March 20, 2016
This inventive and humorous drama celebrates the making of things—research papers, bridges, community. When fifth-grade latch-key child Sasha can’t find a pen to write the due-tomorrow report on the Brooklyn Bridge she is struggling to complete, she works up the courage to break her mother’s rules and venture out of their apartment for help. There, in view of the magnificent bridge, she discovers a diverse collection of neighbors, each special in their own way but alike in their deep good-heartedness. Sasha learns that there are facts and then there is what’s important—and what’s important is what matters.
An entertaining and thought-provoking story that shares some of the same themes as Tomas and the Library Lady and The Borrowers.
ASL Interpreted Dates:
Public - March 12, 2:00pm
Schools - March 10, 10:30am
Age Recommendation: For Ages 9+
Discussion Topics: Community, Diversity, Critical Thinking
Running Time: Approximately 80 minutes
Join our family and save big while enjoying subscriber benefits. For best date options, subscribe now!