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Haroun and the Sea of Stories
- by Salman Rushdie
- adapted by Tim Supple & David Tushingham
- directed by Damon Kiely
Salman Rushdie’s award-winning children’s novel, this fantastical tale follows Haroun to the mythical moon of Kahani. He joins forces with shadow warriors, mechanical flying birds, talking fish, and water genies in his quest to recover his father’s magical storytelling powers.
- Recommended for ages 7 and up.
- March 29, 2010 - May 21, 2010
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922-1999
- The cast features
Jessica Allen (Hoopoe), Chris Boykin (Mudra), Luke Couzens (Rashid), Kristin Ellis (Soraya), James Gasber (Haroun), Elan Maier (Khattam Shud/Sengupta/Snooty Buttoo), Jessica Marks (Blabbermouth), Aram Monisoff (General Kitab), Sean Parris(Mali), Eve Rydberg (Princess Batcheat), Logan Sandridge (Oneeta), Bridget Schreiber (Iff), Jordan Shappell (Prince Bolo), and Kristy Staky (Ambassador/Mudra’s Shaddow/Walrus).
The production team includes scenic design by Amy Gilman,costume design by Chrissy Callan,lighting design by Eric Peterson,sound design by Cristina Derisi,stage management by Luke Ricca,and dramaturgy by Sally Larowe.