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The Wit of the Leprechaun and Other Tales from Irish Lore

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  • Dates: 07 – 11 Apr, 2014
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Location: On campus, Peine Arena Theatre
  • Address: 3200 Cold Spring Road
  • Contact: Kristopher D. Steege
  • Email: kdsteege@marian.edu

Special Preview Performance for Kids N Sibs weekend

Originally commissioned by the Indianapolis Irish Festival and produced in 2006, we are re-presenting this classic collection of Irish folktales for our local schools and the Marian community. The play has been adapted for three actors and will tour local schools in April, 2014. Magical creatures and common sense folks will star in four stories reimagined for the stage, including The Piper’s Daughter, The Three Questions, The Man Who Knew No Stories, and, of course, The Wit of the Leprechaun. Through storytelling, dance, music, and props, we hope to entertain, educate and even inspire our audiences, young and old alike. Specific show dates and times to be determined with schools.

Ticket Prices

Tickets are free to Marian University Students, Faculty and Staff with Marian I.D. and non-perishable food donation.

Regular admission is $3.00 per person for all ages

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