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The Boy Who Could Sing Pictures

The story of Luca, son of the Bustelo-the-Jester, in which he discovers his gift of magical song.  The adventure follows Luca through a summer-long tour of surprises and wonders, and reaches a climax with a fateful encounter with the evil ministers “Reducto”, and “Canoli”.


Finding North is a one-man play drawn from historical research and oral histories that bring to the stage powerful stories of the yearning, sacrifices, and dreams of the African-American Underground Railroad hero John P. Parker, as well as contemporary American immigrants. Finding North is an exploration and celebration of the continuing quest for freedom in America.


Saint Saëns’ classic is made anew for contemporary young audiences by two masters of their craft.

A dazzling performance of the piano transcription by Frederic Chiu, with funky family-friendly poetry by David Gonzalez that gives The Carnival of the Animals a new twist.

Family Concert with
David Gonzalez and The Yak-Yak Band

Fast-paced, funny, and packed with audience participation, Aesop Bops! features a potpourri of Aesop’s classic stories including The Lion and the Mouse, The Fisherman and His Wife, and The Turtle’s Shell.

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