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Saturday, June 17th Family Day at Asolo Repertory Theatre

Friday, June 16, 2017

2pm performance with pre- and post-show activities
Pre-show activities begin at 12:30pm

Explorations of marine life, ecology, and storytelling fill the lobby, in partnership with Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, Sarasota County Libraries, and South Florida Museum. There will be something for everyone in the lobby on Family Day; please join us for these exciting activities and more:

Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium will have their mobile unit on site to provide an up-close encounter and personal undersea experience with marine life.

Local Artist and Educator Ann Morrison will lead a movement activity starting at 12:30 to fill the lobby with “monsters of the deep.”
Craig Francis, co-creator of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, will speak with families to share some of the background and inspiration for the play.

Families will learn more about manatees with South Florida Museum’s hands-on activities, and other interactive craft and game stations exploring the play’s themes will be available for the full 90 minutes prior to curtain.

Families will have the opportunity to meet members of the cast following the performance.

Morton's Gourmet Market will provide concessions with a special undersea menu including shrimp lettuce wraps and fish and chicken sliders, at a two-for-$10 Family Day price.

Culver's will provide complimentary frozen custard to the Family Day audience.

Special ticket packages make a festive and fun day for the whole family. Ticket packages start at just $30. Family Day tickets start at $10 for children and $20 adults.

4 tickets: $60
3 tickets: $45
2 tickets: $30

Family Package Pricing are available for all Saturday 2pm Matinees:June 10, June 17 (Family Day), June 24 and July 1.

At least one person in the party must be 18 or younger in order to receive Family Package pricing.

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