MAR 23, 2022 / 10-11 AM & 12:30-1:30 PM
In-Person Tickets for Students and Adult Chaperones / $5
Livestream (10 AM) Tickets per Student / $3
Just in time for Earth Day, this play follows Gus (a giant dog puppet) who leads audiences on a STEM-inspired adventure around the globe. He uses clever resources to find creative solutions for a thirsty man in the desert, a wacky inventor, a toy maker and one very funny bug. Audience volunteers join Gus on stage to engineer a device for gathering water, build a unique toy from recycled materials and more! By the end of the play Gus and his friends use Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to find smart solutions to real-life issues. This show is designed to encourage young people to help the Earth through recycling, energy conservation, and creative thinking. Ticket availability is limited; classroom study guide provided.
Curriculum Connections: STEM, recycling, sustainability, problem solving and team work, puppetry, creativity, personal responsibility