The Monkey King lands happily in the Heavens, ready for adventure in the Year of the Horse.
“Monkey Makes Mischief in Heaven” by Galapagos Puppets
Saturday, February 8 at 2 pm
Arlington Center for the Arts theater
41 Foster Street, Arlington
Tickets $7; 3 for $20, by cash or check at the door
may be reserved by e-mailing [email protected]
or calling (781) 643-1228
The Monkey King has high hopes for his time in the Heavens. He wants to meet the Gods and lovely Goddesses, and learn the secrets of long life. But when he isn’t invited to the New Year Banquet, Monkey’s appetites for mischief — and peaches — get the better of him! Will Monkey learn the ways of goodness?
Join Margaret Moody for this episode of the traditional Chinese epic “Journey to the West” told with traditional Taiwanese puppets and choreography, which she studied with the I Wan Jan Traditional Hand Puppet Troupe in Taiwan.
And please stay after the show for oolong tea and a chance to dance with a New Year lion!
BEFORE THE SHOW: TURN TRASH INTO ART! A fun family workshop at Arlington Center for the Arts from 1 to 2 pm on February 8th.
Get ready for Arlington’s ECOFest (March 29th) by creating something useful and beautiful from a bucket. Trader Joe’s supplies the buckets; Arlington Center for the Arts gives you all the paint you need; you and your children supply the creativity and fun!
REGISTER for this free workshop by e-mailing [email protected]