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Pinocchio 3.5

a Family Play
CATEGORY : CHILDREN PUPPET
by Eric Coble

COMPANY : Alliance Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Woodruff Art Center [WEBSITE]
ID# 329

SHOWING : January 12, 2002 - February 03, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

A high-tech fantasy! Computer designer Gill Bates has everything – a gazillion dollars and all the power he could want, but no children. So he builds a robot named Pinocchio to keep him company, but the lad has his own ideas. This story about what it takes to be “real” is an updated telling of the favorite fairytale, fun for real parents and real kids! Performed in the Alliance Stage; Recommended for all audiences.


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