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Afternoon of The Moles

Philippe Quesne - La nuit des taupes (Welcome to Caveland!)

Sep 14, 2019 @ 3:00 pm4:30 pm

NYU Skirball Center

566 LaGuardia Place
New York NY

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Suggested Ages: 2-3 to Adult Friendly, Adult Friendly

Seven giant moles emerge form a cardboard tunnel, dig, cook, draw, fight giant earthworms, and form a punk band that rocks their underground world in the this family-friendly performance created by French theater director and visual artist Philippe Quesne. make animal masks during a pre-show activity for children and their families at 2 2 pm, show starts at 3 pm.

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