The Concord Free Public Library invites you to enjoy “Pineapple Project” on Saturday, October 15 at 10:30am! “Pineapple Project” is an original play about gender, creativity, and a child’s freedom to be who they are. This program is recommended for children ages 3-8. This program takes place in the Main Library Children’s Activity Room and requires no registration.
“Pineapple Project” was born when actor Mal Malme and her niece were playing, and her niece said “Boys Can’t Be Princesses!” As a gender non-conforming person and theater artist, Mal couldn’t ignore this statement. This led Mal and colleagues Becca A. Lewis and Renee Farster-Degenhardt to create a theater piece for children to broaden the gender conversation and validate each child’s identity.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Concord Free Public Library.
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