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The Lost Ending in the Fourth Street Mall

Free interactive kids show Friday at noon

Don&rsquo;t forget your parasol
D Sharon Pruitt
Don’t forget your parasol

“I hate the stuffy theater in the summer! More outdoor performances!” you shout. “Gimme free stuff to do with my kids because they’re out of school and they’re totally driving me bonkers being around all day!”

Fusion Theatre Company yells “Okay!”

Friday at noon, an ensemble of players theatricalize the Fourth Street mall, spinning tales in front of Creative Albuquerque’s home base. The Lost Ending, by Brad Gromelski, is an interactive play created with children in mind, but Fusion promises it will engage adults too. When a group of storytellers loses the book half way through the performance, they need the help of their audience to create an improvised ending.

Actor Ross Kelly in   The Lost Ending
Actor Ross Kelly in The Lost Ending

Bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics, and claim a spot early. Lay back in the shade and be entertained.

The Lost Ending running time is 45 minutes

The Lost Ending
Friday, July 1, 12 p.m.
Fourth Street mall (in front of Creative Albuquerque)
114 Fourth NW
Tickets: free
http://www.fusionabq.org/thelostending.htm
 
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