Cat Mountain: Presented by Behind the Mask Theatre
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States 02138
24 Oxford St.
People warn, “No one has ever returned from Cat Mountain!” But Sho, a young servant girl ... Read More >>
People warn, “No one has ever returned from Cat Mountain!” But Sho, a young servant girl journeys to the strange and far-off mountain anyway where she hopes to find her freedom and her lost cat. Behind the Mask Theatre brings this magical folktale to life in an original adaptation featuring puppetry, dance, masks, and Japanese theater styles. After the performance, join the actors in the Peabody Museum for a mask-making workshop! Create masks with simple materials from designs based on traditional Japanese masks or characters in the play. Admission to the Harvard Museum of Natural History is included; explore the Africa and Asia galleries to find lions, tigers, and other members of the cat family.
Performance at Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford St., Cambridge. Workshops in Peabody Education room. Ages 4 and up accompanied by an adult.
With advance registration, $5 (includes free museum admission). Register online at: reservations.hmsc.harvard.edu. Registration on the day of the event, $5 for museum members/regular museum admission rates apply for nonmembers. Choice of two workshops 2:15-3:00 pm or 3:00-3:45 pm.
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