"The seasons change and so do I..."
Follow the life cycle of an apple seed through four seasons in this lovely, interactive performance for very young children. Young audiences and the storyteller plant a seed together and help it grow, while learning gentle and charming songs and ASL signs to help tell a story of seasonal growth.
Created and performed by Lauren Sharpe
10am and 11:30am
The Old Stone House
336 3rd Street
(NOTE: 10:00am in a Sensory Friendly performance)
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Time: 30 minutes
Size: up to 20 children
Space: Ideal for a large rug or circle time area
Themes: Life cycle, gardening, outdoors, apple trees, seasons
To bring "Grow!" to your preschool or private event, email Susanna at email@example.com or check out our Schools and Parties pages for pricing details.
The Sensory Friendly performance at 10:00am will feature special accommodations including:
Click here for the social story on Grow!.
Click here for the social story on "Going to the theatre."
Please note that the Old Stone House is not a wheelchair-accessible venue; pre-show activities take place on the first floor and the performance takes place up a flight of stairs.
If you would like to see a pop-up performance at an accessible venue, join us at one of our Free Family Art Days in partnership with Brooklyn Public Library.
Contact Emily Baldwin, Family Engagement Manager, at
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about accommodations or for more information.