Saturday Morning Live! Presents: The Lonely Lion

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Saturday Morning Live! Presents: The Lonely Lion

A lion is supposed to be the king of the jungle. But what if you're a lion who's afraid of everything?

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The National Theatre 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20004

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About this event

Fun takes center stage at the National Theatre for Saturday Morning Live! Join us Saturday mornings for wow-inspiring children’s entertainment of all sorts, from interactive performances, puppets, dance, and music – all designed to light up imaginations and celebrate a world of wonder. It’s free. It’s fun. It’s a great way to Saturday.

About the Show:

Synopsis: A lion is supposed to be the king of the jungle. But what if you're a lion who's afraid of everything? In this heartwarming story, the jungle's biggest scaredy-cat finds courage in unexpected places and learns how to tackle his fears one step at a time. THE LONELY LION is performed by one actor, with lots of audience interaction.

Length: Approximately 45min

Age Range: Best for ages 3-6 but everyone is invited!

About the Artist:

InterAct Story Theatre is a theatre for young audiences and multidisciplinary arts-in-education organization based in Wheaton, Maryland, an urban district just outside of Washington, DC. Their mission is to create meaningful, accessible, interactive theatre and arts learning experiences for kids and the people who love them--especially to those who experience economic, social, or geographic barriers to equitable arts access.