Modlin Center presents the Mermaid Theatre Company of Nova Scotia

By | January 7, 2018
Mermaid Theatre Company of Nova Scotia

Mermaid Theatre Company of Nova Scotia
Guess How Much I Love You
and
I Love My Little Storybook

Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 3 p.m.

The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond is pleased to present Mermaid Theatre Company of Nova Scotia: Guess How Much I Love You and I Love my Little Storybook on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 at 3 p.m.

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia adapts Guess How Much I Love You, the award-winning classic from author Sam McBratney and illustrator Anita Jeram.  In I Love My Little Storybook, an eager little bunny lies on the grass and opens his book, and within moments, the story he’s reading comes alive in fascinating detail. From illustrator Anita Jeram comes this endearing celebration of the joy of reading.

Mermaid Theatre is best known for unique stage adaptations of children’s beloved literary classics. Their innovative puppetry, striking scenic effects, evocative original music, and gentle storytelling have been applauded by five million spectators in fifteen countries.


TICKET INFO: Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors, $10 for UR students, $15 for UR employees, and $9 for children. Purchase tickets at modlin.richmond.edu or call Modlin Center’s box office at (804) 289-8980.


ARTIST INFO: To learn more about the Mermaid Theatre Company of Nova Scotia, visit mermaidtheatre.ca.

MARKETING: To schedule an artist interview or request high-resolution images for publication, contact Modlin Center’s Marketing Director Jon Gunter at jgunter@richmond.edu.

ABOUT MODLIN CENTER: The Modlin Center for the Arts, which opened in 1996, features state-of-the-art performance venues, galleries, studios, and classrooms. The Modlin Center for the Arts presents more than 40 world-class performing arts events as part of the ModlinArts Presents Series, five productions presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance and the University Players and Dancers, and another 23 music performances as part of the Department of Music’s annual free concert series. Many of the events presented at the Modlin Center feature an academic component designed specifically for Richmond students. These activities, which are free and open to the public, include master classes and lecture demonstrations, as well as pre-concert and exhibition lectures.

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