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Closed May 9, 2020
Since this is a show geared toward children under 8, it's no spoiler to say that all turns out well. What parents may most appreciate, however, is that when Pout-Pout returns, he discovers that his neighbors are far more glad to see him than the shiny ba
New York Times
Children's author Deborah Dieson's New York Times bestseller The Pout-Pout Fish splashes from the page and onto the stage during this very special, family friendly production. Recommended for grades Pre-K to three years old, the 60 minute musical brings the popular underwater adventure to life through a mixture of dazzling puppetry, movement and all original music.
Mr. Fish's face is stuck. As he swims about deep underwater, his permanent pout leaves him in a forever glum mood. Even his friends can't escape his weary drearies, but when he sets out on a brave quest to find his chum Miss Clam's missing pearl, he learns there is more to him than his gloominess and his frown begins to turn upside down!
Performance date: 9 May 2020
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