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A Beginner's Guide to the Night Sky

A beautiful, moving, and heartfelt play, A Beginner’s Guide to the Night Sky takes place in an astronomy class, and moves through music, memory, and magic to teach us about what we can see from our tiny place in the universe.

This playful and touching play invites the audience to join a nighttime Astronomy class, taught by eclectic high school teacher Albertine and her awkward, yet earnest child, Léo. Inviting the audience to enjoy the night sky, learn about the universe, and sing a capella songs together, the play is an hour-long piece of magic that is simultaneously heartbreaking, uplifting, and full of joy. 

Content warning: this play contains a depiction of early onset dementia.

Two performances May 25th at 2:00PM and 7:30PM.

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This is a third party event and has not been verified by the Municipality.