About Bug Play
An unlikely hero, who through a bit of magic, shrinks down to the size of a bug. Thrust into the world of butterflies, fireflies, ants and bees our hero learns big lessons about life, our planet, caring for others and saving the bees.
Bug Play is a dynamic piece of theatre for young audiences, based on The Insect Play by Josef and Karel Capek written in 1922, told with the help of puppets.
Written by Sam Leichter and Giverny Petitmermet and developed by The New Collectives.
Featuring: Maeve Brady, Sam Leichter, Sarah Moore, and Giverny Petitmermet.
Directed by Justin Ivan Brown; Projection Design by Ingrid Larson; Sound Design by Robert A. K. Gonyo; Lighting Design by Kristin McCarthy Parker; Puppet Design by The New Collectives.
Bug Play premiered at the 2019 Scranton Fringe Festival.
recommended for ages 3-13