When: Tue., June 13, 5:15 p.m. and Wed., June 14, 5:15 p.m.
In a larger than life board game, children and adults become chess pieces on a oversized chess board. With much pomp and ceremony, a Bossy Queen, an Absurd Knight, and a Humorous Pawn use cue cards to conduct an ever-changing choreography, where no one knows what the rules are, and everyone’s a winner. Suitable for all ages, but perfect for kids! 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, Jeff Crause of Edward Jones 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