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The Boy Who Stole the Sun (an Inuit Creation Tale)

In the beginning, there was only night. The People knew no other way--they saw the stars and the beauty of the Northern Lights...but after a visit from wise and wily Raven, a young boy becomes curious to see if there is more. This is the story of how daylight came to the Inuit People, told through story, dance, and song.

September 15 through October 7, 2018
Fridays 7PM; Saturdays 2PM & 7PM; Sundays 2PM
Ohio Savings Pay What You Can Series performances Sunday, September 16th; Friday, September 21st; Friday, September 28th; & Friday, October 5th

  • Adapted and Directed by Alison Garrigan in Partnership with LENAC (Lake Erie Native American Council)
  • Production Stage Manager Jeffrey Ryder
  • Lighting Design Josh Heidinger
  • Set Design T. Paul Lowry
  • Costume and Puppet Design Alison Garrigan
  • Movement and Music Supervisor Cynthia Connolly
  • Acting Company
    Davis Aguila
    Elaine Feagler
    Adam Graber

Free Program Guide

Sun. 9/23
"Stay & Play" crafts

Spaces

Sat. 9/29
1PM "Science & a Show"
(powered by the Children's Museum)

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The Boy Who Stole the Sun is funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. This project is produced in partnership with Lake Erie Native American Council (LENAC).

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