Summer in the City presents the Puppet Showplace Theatre in The Carrot Salesman
Presented by Cambridge Arts Council
August 15, 2011
Summer in the City, a FREE, outdoor performance series, produced by the Cambridge Arts Council, takes place in parks and open spaces throughout Cambridge. Geared especially for children, families and the entire community, the series features a wide array of multicultural, interactive arts programs, performances, and activities both day and night, including music, dance, storytellers, theatrical performances, puppetry, arts & crafts, movies and more! View the full Summer in the City schedule online at www.cambridgeartscouncil.org/summerinthecity or call the Cambridge Arts Council at 617-349-4380.
The Carrot Salesman is the original story of a door-to-door carrot salesrabbit who is not very good at his job. But through his unsuccessful efforts to sell carrots to elephants, jellyfish, moles, and robots, he discovers a way to help all of the animals. Performed with colorful two-dimensional table-top puppets and fun audience interaction, this show is recommended for ages 3 and up.
Rain Site: Graham and Parks School, 44 Linnaean St.