Live Performance: The Pineapple Project (ASL Interpreted)
Saturday November 11 12:30pm
Event Status: Planned
Boston Children's Museum This program is free with paid Museum admission. Ways to save: http://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/visit/ways-save
308 Congress Street
Disability Served: Hearing
Communities Served: Family, Youth
Please join us for The Pineapple Project, an original play about gender, creativity, and each child’s freedom to be who they are.
The Pineapple Project was born during a moment of play between actor Mal Malme and her niece in which her niece said “Boys Can’t be Princesses!” As a gender non-conforming person and theater artist, Mal couldn’t ignore this statement. This led Mal, and colleagues Becca A. Lewis, and Renee Farster-Degenhardt to create a theatre piece for children ages 3-8 to broaden the gender conversation and validate each child’s identity.
This program is free with paid Museum admission. Ways to save: http://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/visit/ways-save
No RSVP is required.