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May 1 - 3, 2017  |  KeyBank State Theatre International Children's Theater Festival Performances for Schools: The Man Who Planted Trees

Event Times

  • Mon  |  May 01 9:45 AM
  • Mon  |  May 01 12:00 PM
  • Tue  |  May 02 9:45 AM
  • Tue  |  May 02 12:00 PM
  • Wed  |  May 03 9:45 AM
  • Wed  |  May 03 12:00 PM
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Event Description

Hear the wind, feel the rain, smell the lavender and laugh with Dog in this unique blend of comedy, puppetry and storytelling. In this ecologically inspired tale, a French shepherd sets out to plant a forest and transform a barren wasteland, acorn by acorn. Their uplifting and unforgettable story shows us the difference one man (and his dog!) can make to the world.

Over its nine years of touring, The Man Who Planted Trees has become a favorite of audiences and presenters around the world. Based on the book by Jean Giono and returning for its first full North America tour since Fall 2012!

Running Time: 60 minutes
Recommended Grade Level: 2 and up

To schedule a field trip to a school performance, please complete our PDF order form and submit by mail or fax. Full payment or a non-refundable 20% deposit are due with your order. Ticket prices for school performances vary. Members of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District may use the subsidized rate of $3 per ticket for 12 p.m. performances. For assistance in scheduling your field trip, please call Julie Okuley at 216-348-7909.

The Man Who Planted Trees is part of the International Children's Theater Festival presented by University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital.

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Children Policy:
Children under two years of age are NOT permitted in the theaters at school performances. Any person arriving with a child under two will be asked to remain in the lobby without refund.

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Additional Ticket Information

To book a field trip for a International Children's Theater Festival School Performance, please contact Julie Okuley at 216-348-7909 or [email protected]