CTE is proud to present this world premiere production of heartwarming tale for children young and old. The family-friendly play, first presented as a staged reading at CTE last season, garnered rave reviews. In this touching story, an abandoned baby seagull is adopted by a rough and tumble band of alley cats who fall in love with their baby, only to realize they must teach the little bird to fly and be free.
As in past years, the tour will travel to each of the CWU Centers, thanks to support from Student Activity Fees.
Produced by special arrangement with Spring Hermann
April 17 at 7:00 p.m. and
April 18 and 19 at 2:00 p.m.
General Admission $8
Children and CWU students with ID $5
Family rate: Two adult and two child tickets for $20
Persons of disability may make arrangements for reasonable accommodations and printed material in alternative format by calling (509) 963-1774 or by leaving a message on TDD (509) 963-3323. CWU is an AA/EEO Title IX Institution.
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Scott Robinson, theatre arts professor and chair, received a second Gold Medallion of Excellence froHubbard Recognized For Commitment To Diversity And Inclusivity.
Cwu-Theatre Arts Professor, Brenda Hubbard, has been selected to receive Central Washington Unive