Shadow Play


The Performance Project at University Settlement is presenting a new show by Trusty Sidekick Theater Company called Shadow Play. It’s for kids ages 2-5.

Here are the showtimes:

Saturday, March 9 at 10:30am, additional performance at 12:30pm

Saturday, March 16 at 10:30am, additional performance at 12:30pm

Saturday, March 23 at 10:30am, additional performance at 12:30pm

All performances will be in Speyer Hall, which is on the second floor of 184 Eldridge Street.

Here is a description of Shadow Play:

Have you ever wondered what happens to your shadow when you go to sleep? It turns out that some shadows are more mischievous than others. Soon after moving into his new home, Flash discovers that his shadow has moving plans of his own. In the middle of the night, Flash’s shadow packs up a few belongings and goes in search of a new home on the moon. Will they ever reunite? Follow Flash on a quest to bring his shadow home in this playful production that utilizes stunning animation, video production and an original score to create a highly sensory, multi-media experience designed with a very young audience in mind.

And here’s a video preview of the show:

Tickets are $5 for kids, and $15 for adults – but there are six free tickets available for each week (limit 3 per person) for University Settlement Adult Literacy Program students. To get free tickets, leave your complete name (first and last), class, which show you want to see, and how many tickets you want  in the Comments Section !

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7 thoughts on “Shadow Play

  1. may i have 2 tickets for the shadow play? I have a child,she is 3 years name is mei feng, i am in 3c class.i want to see the performance on March 16 ,10:30

    • Yes! We will save 2 tickets for you for the March 16, 10:30 performance. Just go to Speyer Hall at that time, and show your University Settlement ID.

  2. May I have 3 tickets for the shadow play on March 16 at 12:30pm? I have 2 daughters are 2 and 3 years old. My name is Mansha liu, I’m in class 3B. Thank you.

    • Absolutely. Just come a little early to that performance, tell them your name, and show them your Universityy Settlement ID.

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