The Snowy Day
And other stories by Ezra Jack Keats
Adapted by Jerome Hairston
Based on the Caldecott Award-winning book by Ezra Jack Keats The Coterie presents Mesner Puppets production of The Snowy Day and other stories by Ezra Jack Keats, which celebrates the magic and boundless possibilities of the first snowfall! Follow Peter and his friends as they romp and play, starting snow ball fights and making snow angels in this uplifting musical play about childhood joys and living life to the fullest each day. Using inventive puppetry, Keats’ little boy in the red coat comes to life in this charming story collection of Whistle for Willie, Goggles!, A Letter to Amy, and The Snowy Day.
Length: Approx. 45 Minutes
Information you need
Purchasing Tickets to Stream: If ticket holders wish to stream the show virtually to your home instead of in person, indicate your choice to view virtually at checkout when purchasing your tickets. An access code will be sent to you at least 24 hours in advance and viewable only for the scheduled date and time you selected. If you or your child cannot wear a mask--or your child is 2 years or younger and cannot wear a mask for safety reasons--you will need to choose this option to stream.
For Those Attending in Person: This is an ALL-MASKED event with social distancing. Masks will be required to be worn over the nose and mouth of staff, puppeteers, and audience at all times - including children of any age. If you planned to attend in-person but on the day of show you are unable to attend due to illness or any reason, please contact our box office in advance of the performance time at 816.474.6552 to arrange a virtual option.
Inside the Theatre: The puppetry is live, but dialogue and music pre-recorded to avoid talking/respiratory droplets inside the theatre.
Ticket holders are socially distanced in pre-assigned seating pods based on date of order, matching the number of tickets purchased. Audiences are to avoid lining up or congregating in The Coterie lobby prior to the show. House opens 30 minutes prior to showtime.
Each performance limited to 100 or less (1/3 normal capacity).