Thursday, October 22, 2015

Finding One's Voice: The Journey of Louis The Swan

Can a brass horn be the key to love? Louis, a trumpeter swan, is different from his sibling cygnets, for he was born without a voice. But with great diligence, patience, and resilience, Louis learns to play the trumpet and communicate his thoughts and feelings through the power of music. E. B. White’s award-winning story "The Trumpet of the Swan" is inspired by the natural world and our own very human need to connect and to communicate. This innovative, all-ages production features both spoken language and American Sign Language. It runs from October 23 - November 22, 2015 at Wheelock Family Theatre in Boston's Fenway neighborhood.

Reserve your seats today!

1 comment:

  1. Performance yesterday was brilliant ! My family and I enjoyed "Trumpet of the Swan" immensely ! The play followed the feelings, love and words that my Great Uncle EB White wrote in the book. He would be proud !


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