SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT      Single tickets for three shows go on sale August 4 and 8 at 8am! Click here for more information.      
 
 
MU: One Ocean, One World: A fable for the 21st Century based on a Japanese Legend
McCallum Theatre Institute's 2013 Summer Session Festival
The tale of a lonely young man who rescues a Mermaid, then journeys to the Land of the Dragon Queen at the bottom of the sea, is brought to life in this dynamic collaboration between NEA Playwright Fellow and storyteller Brenda Wong Aoki, Emmy Award-winning composer Mark Izu and a number of extraordinary musicians. When poison from the Land Above threatens the Sea People, he learns that all is connected — there is just one ocean, one world. A work in progress, slated to premiere in September 2013, this performance invites audience members to experience a work of art still in search of its fullest gestalt. Opportunity to participate in post-show Q&A.

"Aoki encompasses the comic and the tragic with fine, quick, delicate gestures, using everything from her expressive hands and face to her long sweeping black hair…making relevant and magical even the most faraway tales."
- Los Angeles Times, Critic's Choice

Ages 8 and up

Festival Pass (all three shows): $35
Kids 12 and Under: $7

Festival pass and kids discount available only by calling or visiting
the McCallum Theatre Box Office
73000 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert, CA
(760) 340-ARTS (2787)
No refunds

Wed, Jun 19, 2013
1:30 pm
 
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A great way to see a show at the McCallum Theatre is to organize 20 or more people who can attend as a group. Savings of up to 10% are available for many of our performances.

A typical group sales arrangement requires a non-refundable deposit to hold the tickets, with the balance due approximately 45 days prior to the show.

When you think about it, a group of 20 is easy to put together. It's ten couples, a birthday party, perhaps a church outing. All it takes to make it happen is a little advance planning and a phone call to our group sales manager.

For additional information, please contact:

Sophia Perrone
Email: sperrone@mccallum-theatre.org

Telephone: (760) 340-2787
Fax: (760) 779-9445

 
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