Butterfly: The Story of a Life Cycle

A wondrous view into the insect world seen on the big stage! We will follow Mari, a Monarch Butterfly as she grows from her tiny egg, then through her caterpillar state, next make the amazing metamorphosis in the chrysalis, and finally on her incredible 1,500 mile journey to Mexico. With all her insect companions she will learn about her symbiotic relationship with Milkweed. She depends on it for food, a home, and her unique form of defense against predators. This production uses GIANT puppetry! The audience feels like they have been shrunk down to an insect size!

Curriculum Component: Biology, Science
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Thursday, April 25, 2013
Goucher College
Grades PK-5
10:15 | Limited Seating*
12:00 | Limited Seating*
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for this show. (410)252-8717

Goucher College
Kraushaaur Auditorium

1021 Dulaney Valley Road
Towson, MD 21204
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Seating 995 in a continental pattern that affords an excellent view of the stage from any seat in the house. No gum, food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium. Photography of any kind is prohibited. There are no lunch facilities available. No picnic lunches allowed on the grounds.

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