Of Plastic Things and Butterfly Wings

by Greg Romero

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About the Play

Young Audiences. 45-50 minutes. 3-10 females, 2-10 males (5-20 performers possible; cast size may be reduced to 2-3 performers with the use of puppets).

First produced by Little Fish Theatre (Philadelphia, PA).


(Note:  Production of this play within a 75-mile radius of the city of Philadelphia, as well as in the state of New Jersey, is limited to K-12 schools at this time. Please write for further details.)

The Oldest Sea Turtle That Ever Lived (Josh Totora), Reginald the Blue Crab (Kevin Chick) and Sam the Plastic Water Bottle (Leslie Nevon Holden); Little Fish Theatre (Philadelphia, PA; photo by Charlotte Leigh).

Synopsis

A plastic water bottle named Sam has lost her parents in The Gyres, a swirling ocean landfill twice the size of Texas. With help from a blue crab with a giant claw, a parrot who thinks she is a seagull, and The Oldest Sea Turtle That Ever Lived, Sam embarks on a family-friendly, music-filled, epic journey to save us all from the lonely, swirling vortex of thrown-away things and lost hope.

Qty Price Total
Printed Script $6.95 $0.00
Digital Perusal Script $6.95 $0.00
Performance Royalties $40.00 $0.00
Production Photocopy License $30.00 $0.00
Classroom Photocopy License $55.00 $0.00
Video License $50.00 $0.00
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Synopsis

A plastic water bottle named Sam has lost her parents in The Gyres, a swirling ocean landfill twice the size of Texas. With help from a blue crab with a giant claw, a parrot who thinks she is a seagull, and The Oldest Sea Turtle That Ever Lived, Sam embarks on a family-friendly, music-filled, epic journey to save us all from the lonely, swirling vortex of thrown-away things and lost hope.