Remember the good old days when we all sat in cozy rows for 2-hours, snuggling close with our fellow audience members? Actually - we don’t, because that’s not how we make plays. You might get to hang out with us for two hours, but there was nothing super cozy nor snuggly about it. Together our audiences strolled down streets, ran through parks, or followed show hosts through museums and across city blocks. We miss the days of getting in our steps during a show! So since we aren’t moving a play this holiday season - we hope that you will join us moving our bodies while we raise some money for Seed Art Share!
Here’s how it works:
Now let’s clarify what constitutes a “step”. Running, walking, chasing a toddler, being chased by a toddler, vacuuming, jazz squares, or pretty much anything that requires you to move about the cabin or socially distanced public space!