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The Boy Who Grew Flowers
The Boy Who Grew Flowers - photo by Christopher Duggan
Award-winning tale adapted for stage by NYC’s Treehouse Shakers at The Umbrella Arts Center, part of the 30th anniversary celebrations for Concord-based global multicultural children’s publisher, Barefoot Books
Treehouse Shakers’ The Boy Who Grew Flowers
Based on the Barefoot Books’ Picture Book By Jen Wojtowicz
Play Adaption by Mara McEwin
The Boy Who Grew Flowers is a stunning visual performance for audiences for ages 5-10 and their families. Adapted from Barefoot Books’ bestselling picture book by Jen Wojtowicz, play adaption by Mara McEwin and choreographed by Emily Bunning, it is the story of a young boy, Rink Bowagon, who lives on top of Lonesome Mountain with his unusual family ofView more
Tickets for regular performances: $25 Adult, $10 children.
Underwriting is available for school groups to attend the September 23 school groups matinee for free. Inquire about Group Tickets and Study Guides here!
40 Stow Street, Concord, MA 01742
Free parking is usually readily available in municipal parking lots adjacent to building and directly across Stow Street (not normally shown on Google maps), as well as on most surrounding streets. See a map of ADA parking and entrances around The Umbrella here.
The Umbrella is in Concord Center, easily accessible from the Walden exit of Route 2. The Umbrella is also 2 block walk (about 0.4 mi., 7 minutes) from the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Concord Station stop at 90 Thoreau Street.
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