When: Tue., June 13, 8:30 p.m.
Are you sick of things looking a little grey? Feel like getting some sharp contrast in your life? Befriend a Born in a Taxi roaming zebra at Top of the Park and see things in absolute black and white. Prancing, grazing, tap dancing, singing, or just lounging on a lap—these irreverent and remarkable creatures love to show their stripes and horse around with festivalgoers, bringing them into the herd for some unexpected fun. Australian urban intervention specialists Born in a Taxi create interactive spectacles that bring bystanders together for moments of communal laughter, social connectivity, and flashes of creativity. They specialize in street theatre that embraces co-creation, physical theater, and improv. This event is made possible with support from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the A2SF Imagination Fund Families who include; The Belden Family, Emily and Rich Belanger, Cindy and John Nixon, Fran and Irwin Martin, and Eileen and Ron Weiser.