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Treehouse Shakers’ The Boy Who Grew Flowers
The Boy Who Grew Flowers, is a thoughtful performance for young people, that follows Rink Bowagon who has truly spectacular gifts.Created By: Treehouse Shakers
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Treehouse ShakersNew York City, NY
Treehouse Shakers’ creates performances that encourages audiences to experience community through greater connections. Melding theater, dance, music and visual elements, our repertoire includes 15 original works that explore universal themes addressing every age level within youth programming, from babies to teens. With each new work, we set the bar higher, challenging our artistic process and the thinking of young audiences. We aim to create work that is profoundly beautiful, high caliber, as well as performances that will stimulate, connect and entertain our audience members.
Founded in 1997, Treehouse Shakers has a bi-annual NYC performance season, extensive touring season, and provides numerous public and arts-in-education programs. We partner with nonprofits, community centers and Title 1 schools to provide thousands of low-cost tickets and residencies to specific needs, underserved and low-income youth and families. Helping solidify our role in the American theater scene, we are currently the only U.S. company touring a dance-play specifically for babies. Complimenting performances, Treehouse Shakers provides teacher trainings and residencies for students that focus on the art of performance and storytelling.