>>>I Love My Little Storybook & Guess How Much I Love You
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Show Times:

October 27, 2017 • 10:00 am

Merrill Auditorium, Portland

10 AM • 60 minute performance

 

*Culture Club Portland Sold Out

Recommended Grades: PreK-2

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Tickets:
$8.50 performance only
$13.50 performance and in-class workshop

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I Love My Little Storybook & Guess How Much I Love You Study Guide

In I Love My Little Storybook, an eager little bunny lies on the grass and opens his book, and within moments the story he’s reading comes alive in fascinating detail. From author Anita Jeram comes this endearing celebration of the imagination and joy of reading. Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia, the company that brought Brown Bear, Brown Bear, and Other Treasured Stories last season, presents I Love My Little Storybook & Guess How Much I Love You, adapted, directed and designed by Jim Morrow, music by Steven Naylor, and narrated by Beau Bridges.

Thanks to our sponsor, each student who attends this performance will receive a copy of Guess How Much I Love You, and each teacher will receive a classroom copy of  I Love My Little Storybook as part of our Cultivating Curiosity program.

Your ears hear the texts read aloud with musical accoutrements. Your eyes see a very charming show featuring puppets …all crawling, hopping and floating around an environment that looks exactly like those books, brought to life.”
—CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Venue

Merrill Auditorium, Portland
20 Myrtle Street
Portland, ME 04101 United States
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Phone:
207.842.0800
Website:
http://portlandmaine.gov/574/Merrill-Auditorium

A beautifully restored 1,900-seat performance venue, this majestic hall is one of the gems of Portland’s downtown Arts District and is located near many excellent restaurants.

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Parking: Parking is available for a nominal fee at “Central Parking Services” on the corner of Congress and Pearl Streets (this lot offers some accessible parking spaces) and at the “Top of the Old Port” on Pearl Street (off of Congress).