Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Forget About Torchwood! Muskegon County Has Folk Wood and White Lake Youth Theater Working in Tandem with Playwright Max Bush of GVSU!

Folkwood is presented presented by Wild Wood Yoga & Theatre Arts. It's Cindy Beth's Art Organization. Howmet Playhouse directors and regenerations of Dr. Who are equally remarkable.

A tribute to autumn in the great mitten state, award winning Michigan playwright Max Bush has written an enchanting tale set in the magical northwoods. The WWYTA adaptation includes enhancements of modern dance set to Michigan harpists and stage combat from many of the cast. The author, Max Bush, has been involved with the production and will speak with the audience about the performance after each show. A free family yoga session will be offered at each event to all ticket holders and all ages are welcome. Get lost with Shelly, her sister Carly and their tag-a-long friend Andy, as they adventure to the Forbidden Forest of The Other Folks, but be careful not to take their Mayapples, or it may be the last thing you ever do. Riddles, games, challenges are combined with symbols of nature and myths from around the world to create Folkwood, a coming of age story that will be magical for the whole family.

Saturday special event: Learn about the Braveheart Raptor Rehabilitation center and birds of prey

Sunday special event: The Muskegon Conservation District will offer free wildflower seeds to each audience member

This production is underwritten by Libby Keenan, John and Barbara Lloyd, and by contributions from these generous sponsors.

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