‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ at Liberty Hall

Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 11:13am

On Oct. 6 at 2 p.m., Liberty Hall will host the multi-sensory theatrical adaptation of Jean Giono’s environmental classic “The Man Who Planted Trees,” presented by the Puppet State Theatre Company, based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

This show has toured schools, village halls, theatres and festivals across the United Kingdom and Ireland as well as in Malaysia, Bermuda, the Netherlands, the United States and Canada.

The play tells the inspiring story of a shepherd who transforms a barren wasteland into a beautiful forest, one acorn at a time. It’s as much a touching tale as it is a hilarious puppet show.

“Laughs, heartbreak, war, regeneration, scented breezes, sparkling wit and the best dog puppet ever. Perfect for children and grown-ups. Terrific.” (The Guardian).

Children’s tickets are $15 and adults tickets are $18 online at www.libertytyler.com or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show for $25 (cash only).

For more information go to www.libertytyler.com, join us on Facebook, or call Manager Anne Payne at (903) 595-7274.

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