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Childrens, Musical, Comedy: A Dolphin Up a Tree!  
 
A Dolphin Up a Tree!
 
 
 
Performers: Devin Dunne Cannon as Tina Talkington/Dolphin, Thomas Murphy as Beaver, Gregory McDonaldn as Owl, TBA as Fox
Production Co: theatron productions, nyc
Director(s): Jeremy Neal
Stage Manager: Artem Rice
Book/Playwright: Kimberly Foster
Publicist: Rachel Routh
Technical Director: Chadd McMillan
Music: John Fleming
Lyrics: Kimberly Foster and John Fleming
Musical Director: TBA
Choreography: Jeremy Neal
Scenic: TBA
Costumes: Kate Hultgren
Lighting: Greg Hirsch
Sound: J.D. Delgado
Marketing Intern: Paige Acevedo
Posted By: Theatron.nyc
 
LOCATION: Village West, 50 West 13th St., New York City, New York 10011
PRICE: Tickets are $30. Group rates are available. Tickets will be available soon!
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MORE INFORMATION:
SHOW WEBSITE(S): www.theatron.yolasite.com
www.kimberlyfosterbranch.com
THEATRE/CLUB NAME: 13 Street Theatre
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE: Not Known
SHOW RUNNING TIME: 40 minutes
INTERMISSION: None
 
OVERVIEW:
It’s a magical day for Tina Talkington and her animals! Tina has cast a magic spell to make her stuffed animals talk! Owl, Fox and Beaver spring to life, while Tina turns herself into a Dolphin up a tree! How will the animals learn to work together and get Dolphin out of the tree? Owl sings “fly,” Fox sings “learn to walk," and Beaver is busy building a bathtub. In this hilarious and interactive combination of comedy, songs, slapstick and drama, the different animals learn how to co-operate to save Dolphin. Kids yell out answers to help the animals learn to understand their differences—even appreciate them!

A Dolphin Up a Tree! is lightly based on the Myers-Briggs theory of personality types and Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences. “During my early school years I knew I was different, not being good at math or sports,” says playwright Kimberly Foster. “The four animals, representing four human temperaments, learn they must coexist despite their differences.”

 
 
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