The short tree and the bird that could not sing

PR - alligator and bird reduced PR Bird tree and ensemble reduced PR Fish and Bird reducedThe Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s Off the Hill family series production of THE SHORT TREE AND THE BIRD THAT COULD NOT SING by Dennis Foon will be performed at the Oxford Community Arts Center. The show is FREE and open to the public and will take place on Sunday, April 13th at 2 pm.
Recommended for ages 5 and up, the show is a wacky fable of an unlikely friendship between a tree that resents its roots and a spunky, unflappable bird with a horrible singing voice. The play follows the bird and tree’s relationship as it builds around the joys of music, storytelling, the weather and the stars. The two friends must navigate the ups and downs of getting to know one another, growing closer and suddenly finding themselves apart.
Playhouse Education Director Mark Lutwak, who will direct the production, callsTHE SHORT TREE AND THE BIRD THAT COULD NOT SING “a charming and funny play about building friendship and separation — two processes with which young kids are familiar. For kids, it’s an epic and entertaining journey with a full roller coaster of emotions.”
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