(Rochester, MN) Rochester Community and Technical College is hosting a performance of “FOREVER FLIGHT A boy. A paper plane. An unforgettable adventure.” on Saturday, March 24 at 2:00 pm in RCTC’s Hill Theatre.
Created by Karim Muasher, Carrie Brown, and RCTC Theatre Instructor Ryan Underbakke, this family-friendly show is performed by critically acclaimed theatre company Animal Engine. FOREVER FLIGHT is a story of a lonely boy who needs a friend so he folds one out of a piece of paper! When his paper plane flies too far, it's up to him to journey across land, air, sea, and even outer space to find it and grow up along the way.
FOREVER FLIGHT is performed without a single word in breathtaking detail by one actor, Animal Engine Co-Artistic Director, Karim Muasher. The production was inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupery's world famous novel, Le Petit Prince, Windsor McCay's groundbreaking comic strip Nemo in Slumberland, and any story of children going on fantastical adventures.
FOREVER FLIGHT was created in collaboration with visionary director Ryan Underbakke (Children's Theatre Company's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Live Action Set's Seven Shot Symphony, Taous Khazem's Sunrise at Midnight) with original music by whimsical composer John Hilsen.
This performance is recommended for children ages 8 and up. Ticket prices are: $15 for adults; $10 for children under 12; and $5 for RCTC students.
For further information about “FOREVER FLIGHT A boy. A paper plane. An unforgettable adventure.” contact RCTC’s Theater Director, Jerry Casper, at email@example.com or the RCTC Hill Theatre box office at 507-285-7200.
Established in 1915, RCTC is the largest higher education provider in the fastest-growing city in Minnesota, serving more than 8,000 students a year in credit courses and nearly 3,700 in non-credit continuing and workforce education programs. RCTC combines the best in liberal arts, technical, and life-long learning with more than 70 credit-based programs and over 100 credential options. RCTC’s expansive 518-acre campus includes university partnerships, a diverse student body, and a vibrant student life program. RCTC provides a unique learning environment that offers the feel of a four-year university campus with the commitment to access and opportunity of a two-year college.
RCTC is a member of Minnesota State—a higher education system that includes 30 two-year community and technical colleges and seven state universities serving more than 430,000 students. It is the fifth-largest higher education system of its kind in the United States.