Shota and The Star Quilt
Based on Margaret Bateson-Hill's children's book by the same name, this story weaves activism and community together when two girls reach out in kindness and generosity to save their apartment building from being demolished by a commercial developer. Full of traditional Lakota symbols and images, this story looks at the nature of finding true happiness.
Performed by Julie Boada and Esther Ouray.
*Saturday's shows at 10am & noon will be part of the Saturday Puppet Shows series, with no advance tickets.
Sign up for Saturday's Shota-themed Make-n-Take Workshop here! http://make-n-take-dec29.bpt.me/
Esther Ouray has been involved with HOBT for over thirty years. In addition to working at HOBT, she has worked with a variety of other arts organizations including Zamya, Kids Solidarity Theatre, Illusion Theatre, Interact, At the Foot of the Mountain Theatre, and Voices of Sepharad.
Julie Boada is a puppeteer and visual artist who has been involved with HOBT for over 20 years. Julie has taught for The Native American Theater Project, Indian Fine Arts Association, American Indian Health Board, and at the University of Minnesota Studio Arts Department.
In The Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre (View)
1500 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55407
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|