Three permutations of one tale plumb the interior dimensions of containers with which we hold what is dearest; of course these boxes also trap what we can never fully possess. These are love stories for all those old children who remember how the cherished butterfly dies. Part black comedy, part fairy tale, part absurdist drama, and part therapy session: this trilogy has us consider just how we make our own boxes, whether to keep our treasures or to construct comfortable prisons of our own making. The adventure begins with Otmer and Earl, two backwater brothers, fishing with a magic lure, and trouble quickly ensues. This is no ordinary fish story. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Show begins at 5:30 p.m. The length of the show is 90 minutes, starting a little before sundown. Please note that this play will require that you walk through the marked, dirt paths at the Happehatchee Center--it's approximately 100 yards from the parking lot to the performance space. We recommend that you wear comfortable, sensible shoes for the occasion. We also recommend that you dress comfortably and in layers, as our subtropical weather can be unpredictable. The show will take place in the Peace Pavillion, which is a screened-in, open-air pagoda. This play is sponsored in part by grants from the the Lee County Tourist Development Council, and the City of Fort Myers. General Admissiong - $20.00 Student - $10.00
Happehatchee Center 8791 Corkscrew RoadEstero,Florida33928United States
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