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The Selfish Giant

Created and performed by Susannah Dalton and José Ignacio Vivero

A classic tale by Oscar Wilde about a very selfish giant who builds a very big wall. This tale is told by two Depression-era hucksters who, through storytelling and puppetry, perform the whole show out of two suitcases. The Selfish Giant is a celebration of the power of stories! For families and children 4 and up.

Disclaimer: This tale was written over 100 years ago. Any resemblance to actual events is purely coincidental.

PinProductions is an NYC based theater company. This tour is made possible by National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, Queens Council on the Arts and, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with City Council.

Earlier Event: August 17
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