THE RAINBOW FISH - MERMAID THEATRE OF NOVA SCOTIA
The Rainbow Fish will enchant even the youngest child with his silver scales and heart of gold in a new adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s award-winning books about the beautiful fish who learned to share his most prized possession. Mermaid’s striking puppetry production includes two delightful companion stories: Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites.
Winner of The Christopher Award, the Bologna Book Fair Critici in Erba Prize, American Booksellers Association ABBY Winner, and an IRA-CBC Children’s Choice title, the sweet message of The Rainbow Fish series has resonated with children, parents, teachers, librarians, and booksellers around the world.
This performance will have a sign language interpreter. Guests who need the assistance of the interpreter should request seats on the right side of the auditorium.
Running Time: 60 minutes
Recommended Grade Level: Pre-K - 2
A special sensory-friendly matinee for guests on the autism spectrum and their families, as well as those with sensory challenges or developmental disabilities. Children, families and school field trip groups requiring a sensory-friendly environment are most welcome.
What makes a performance sensory-friendly?
ACCESSIBLE SEATING MAY BE PURCHASED BY CALLING 216-771-8403 OR AT THE PLAYHOUSE SQUARE TICKET OFFICE. Click here for more information about services for guests with disabilities.
**Wheelchair accommodations are available but limited, and will be filled in the order they are received until accessible seating is sold out. Please advise the Ticket Office of your need for wheelchair pickup curbside when ordering tickets
**This performance will have a sign language interpreter. Guests who need the assistance of the interpreter should request seats on the right side of the auditorium.
**All main floor seating for this performance is reserved, and all upper level seating is general admission.
The Rainbow Fish is part of the Children's Theater Series presented by University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital
This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Ohio Arts Council and the Crane Group.