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Treehouse Shakers’ The Boy Who Grew Flowers

The Boy Who Grew Flowers, is a thoughtful performance for young people, that follows Rink Bowagon who has truly spectacular gifts.

Treehouse Shakers’ The Boy Who Grew Flowers

The Boy Who Grew Flowers, is a thoughtful performance for young people, that follows Rink Bowagon who has truly spectacular gifts.

Treehouse Shakers is seeking support for the musical composition by notable composer, Martyn Axe, for our newest work, The Boy Who Grew Flowers, specifically created for ages 5-10, and their grown-ups. old through theater, dance, puppetry, and a compelling musical score, The Boy Who Grew Flowers is based on the awarded children’s book by Jen Wojtowicz.

Since Treehouse Shakers is one of the first performances many young people experience, we believe that high-quality, artistic production values are extremely important, as we are shaping young aesthetics. Treehouse Shakers challenges ourselves artistically with each new production, remaining committed to strengthening our production values, and the overall artistry and quality of our work. We work with exceptional music collaborators, who create the tone, ambience and emotional landscape of the piece. Exposing young audiences to great music helps to heighten sensibilities while lending well-documented learning benefits. We want young people, and their adult counterparts, to enjoy sophisticated and exceptional compositions.

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