EAST MEREDITH — Arm-of-the-Sea Theater presents A Riparian Rhapsody: How the
Forest Sings to the Stream on Saturday, June 17 at 2pm at the West Kortright Centre.
This puppet extravaganza dives into Catskill ecology to reveal the intricate interactions between Forest and Stream and lyrically makes the case for protecting streamside buffer zones. Featuring stunning visuals, live music, (and a singing Bear!).
Arm-of-the-Sea is an award winning ensemble that fuses visual storytelling with live music in original works of mask and puppet theater. Founded in 1982, the company’s lively productions illuminate relations between humans and the life-support networks of this blue-ocean planet.
This is a FREE outdoor performance — all age groups are welcome! Bring your own lawn seating.
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