Bawshou and the Water Dragon performances and workshops

Interactive storytelling vividly brings to life the tale of a young boy who bravely sets out to rescue the Sun from its imprisonment by a powerful dragon. With the help of a magic Phoenix, Bawshou must complete three great challenges. In “Bawshou and the Water Dragon,” storytellers Bells & Motley, the husband and wife team of Sondra Bromka and John Bromka, present a traditional Chinese tale of wonder and adventure through costume, dance and music performed on authentic Chinese instruments.

The library will be hosting two performances of “Bawshou and the Water Dragon” on Monday, February 18, at 11 a.m. OR 2 p.m., along with special participation workshops for children before each show. The event is part of the Ann Seegal Memorial Storytelling series that brings top-level storytelling performances to Bethlehem Public Library. Seating is limited and available on a first-come basis.

Bawshou Performance Workshops

Monday, February 18
10:30 a.m. Sign up here.
OR 1:30 p.m. Sign up here.

Children in grades 2-8 will learn how to play instruments and manipulate some of the props in the storytelling performances of “Bawshou and the Water Dragon,” which will immediately follow the workshops. Workshops are limited to 15 participants; please sign up for only one session.

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