Talespinner Presents “The Fisherman and the Moon”

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The Fine Arts Association welcomes everyone in the community to enjoy a special performance of “The Fisherman and the Moon” as presented by Talespinner Children’s Theatre from Jan. 15-17 in the Corning Auditorium.

A beautiful Japanese folktale for all ages, “The Fisherman and the Moon” is a lovely story of friendship, trust and partnership. As an origin story, it explains why the moon waxes and wanes each month, why she reflects her light on the water, and how the evening star came to be.

“We hope everyone will join us for this beautiful folklore tale,” commented Wanda Wareham, Director of Communications and Marketing for The Fine Arts Association.

Talespinner Children’s Theatre hosts some of Cleveland’s top performance professionals as they bring to life imaginative and original professional works for children across all socio-economic, cultural and traditional boundaries. By using acting, dance, music, puppetry and other artistic disciplines available to its creative team, TCT stimulates growth in the local artistic community.

Following the performance, the audience is invited to participate in theatre games and a talk-back with cast members.

Performances are Friday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 16 and 17 at 2 p.m.

For tickets call 440-951-7500 or reserve online here. Reservations are not required, but recommended. Individual tickets are $15 per Adult, Senior or Student 11 years & up; $10 per Child 10 years & under, reserved seating.

Upcoming Fine Arts Association productions include “The Little Mermaid” on weekends from Feb. 12-28 and our original “Chili Con Comedy Improv Troupe” performance on Feb. 6.

The 2015-2016 Theatre Season is funded in part by a grant from The Lake County Visitor’s Bureau Arts and Culture Fund to further participation in, and awareness of, arts and culture in Lake County.

The Fine Arts Association is located at 38660 Mentor Avenue, Willoughby, OH 44094. Safe, secure on-site parking is free. The Main Gallery is barrier free.

Gabe Arnold
Author: Gabe Arnold