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'Sarazad and The Monster-King'

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Add to Calendar 23-06-2012 15-07-2012 15 'Sarazad and The Monster-King' A whimsical re-imagining of "Scheherazade" or "The 1001 Arabian Nights," Sarazad is a shy 9-year-old girl who loves to escape into a world of books, story-telling, and imaginary friends. When the kids at school bully her for being different, Sarazad retreats into Storyland, where she meets the grumpy Monster King. But things change when Sarazad weaves her tales for him, and soon he discovers the power of friendship. Sarazad leaves Storyland realizing that her stories can make a difference, and she returns to school to use them to prevail. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=111279 Canal Park Playhouse true DD/MM/YYYY
June 23, 2012 through July 15, 2012
Saturday and Sunday 1pm, 4pm
Canal Park Playhouse
Lower Manhattan
ALL
$18

Description: A whimsical re-imagining of "Scheherazade" or "The 1001 Arabian Nights," Sarazad is a shy 9-year-old girl who loves to escape into a world of books, story-telling, and imaginary friends. When the kids at school bully her for being different, Sarazad retreats into Storyland, where she meets the grumpy Monster King. But things change when Sarazad weaves her tales for him, and soon he discovers the power of friendship. Sarazad leaves Storyland realizing that her stories can make a difference, and she returns to school to use them to prevail.

Address: 508 Canal St.
Lower Manhattan, NY 10001
Phone: 1-866-811-4111
Website: canalparkplayhouse.com

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