Of Plastic Things and Butterfly Wings by Greg Romero
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About The Play
The Oldest Sea Turtle That Ever Lived (Josh Totora), Reginald the Blue Crab (Kevin Chick) and Sam the Plastic Water Bottle (Leslie Nevon Holden); Little Fish Theatre (Philadelphia, PA; photo by Charlotte Leigh).
Young Audiences. 45-50 minutes. 2-10 males, 3-10 females (5-20 performers possible; cast size may be reduced to 2-3 performers with the use of puppets).
First produced by Little Fish Theatre (Philadelphia, PA).
Printed Script: $6.95 (contains special author commentary). Digital Perusal Script: $6.50. Performance Royalties: $40.00/performance. Production Photocopy License: $27.50 (PDF file that may be printed/copied for your cast/crew; must be purchased in conjunction with Performance Royalties). Classroom Photocopy License: $50.00 (PDF file that may be printed/copied for closed classroom study only). Limited Video License: $45.00 (permission to record your production with limited distribution; must be purchased in conjunction with Performance Royalties). Professional rights should be negotiated directly with YouthPLAYS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Need detailed help? Click on Place an Order and then look for the blue What Do I Order? button!
(Note: Production of this play within a 75-mile radius of the city of Philadelphia, as well as in the state of New Jersey, is restricted to K-12 schools at this time. Please write for further details.)
Reginald the Blue Crab (Kevin Chick) and Sam the Plastic Water Bottle (Leslie Nevon Holden); Little Fish Theatre (Philadelphia, PA; photo by Charlotte Leigh).
A plastic water bottle named Sam has lost her parents in The Gyres, a swirling ocean landfill twice the size of Texas. With help from a blue crab with a giant claw, a parrot who thinks she is a seagull, and The Oldest Sea Turtle That Ever Lived, Sam embarks on a family-friendly, music-filled, epic journey to save us all from the lonely, swirling vortex of thrown-away things and lost hope.
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