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Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Soledad, a young dreamer, and her best friend, the moon, explore the difficulty of making friends, finding common ground in differences, and what it means to find one’s place in the universe. Don't miss this magical, bilingual show that speaks to young audiences and opens hearts of all ages. Author, Ramon Esquivel; Director, Kris Peterson. Post-show Discussion on October 7 & 14, ASL on October 14.

Yes, it has an off-putting title, but this Tony award-winning satirical musical has a heart that will delight you. Follow dashing everyman Bobby Strong and oblivious yet beautiful Hope Cladwell as they fight for their love in a world overrun with greed, corruption, and environmental distress.

Zombie botanists?! Mutant salamanders?! Insane robots?! Experience '50s sci-fi madness as live voice actors, massive comic book illustrations, and on-stage sound effects artists lead audiences on a comedy voyage of intergalactic proportions. This outrageous script is original to BYU’s Theatre and Media Arts Department, and you don't want to miss it! Post-Show Discussions on November 4 & 11, ASL on November 11.

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