It begins with light and a flash. Then comes a sound, a pulse, a beat, a crash like a giant hammer smashing through the sky. The fantastic story of Boom, the child of Thunder, is a mythical adventure about discovering one’s inner strength. After being forced out of the home at the hand of a cruel stepfather, Boom sets out on a journey of self-discovery where battles against forces of nature are courageously fought. Along the way, Boom encounters conflicts with animals of an enchanted forest. This epic tale combines Japanese fairy tales and folklore to create an exciting theatrical experience for young audiences.
Recommended for ages 8+
FRIDAY, MARCH 22 // 7:00 PM (OPENING NIGHT!) SOLD OUT!
SATURDAY, MARCH 23 // 3:00 PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 24 // 3:00 PM
FRIDAY, MARCH 29 // 7:00 PM (AUDIO DESCRIBED)
SATURDAY, MARCH 30 // 3:00 PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 31 // 3:00 PM (ASL INTERPRETED)
FRIDAY, APRIL 5 // 7:00 PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 6 // 3:00 PM
SUNDAY, APRIL 7 // 3:00 PM
Please call 651-225-9265 to reserve group tickets or visit SteppingStone’s Group Visits page for more information.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21 // 10:00 AM (PREVIEW)
FRIDAY, MARCH 22 // 10:00 AM (PREVIEW)
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 // 10:00 AM
THURSDAY, March 28 // 10:00 AM
THURSDAY, MARCH 28 // 12:00 PM
THURSDAY, APRIL 4 // 10:00 AM
THURSDAY, APRIL 4 // 12:00 PM
FRIDAY, APRIL 5 // 10:00 PM
MEET THE PLAYWRIGHT
Naomi Iizuka’s plays include 36 VIEWS, POLAROID STORIES, ANON(YMOUS), LANGUAGE OF ANGELS, ALOHA, SAY THE PRETTY GIRLS, TATTOO GIRL, SKIN, AT THE VANISHING POINT, CONCERNING STRANGE DEVICES FROM THE DISTANT WEST, LAST FIREFLY, CITIZEN 13559, and WAR OF THE WORLDS. Her work has been produced by Guthrie Theater, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Children’s Theatre Company, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Huntington Theatre Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Portland Center Stage, The Public Theater, Campo Santo and Intersection for the Arts, Dallas Theater Center, The Next Wave Festival at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Soho Repertory Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival. Her work has been workshopped at Sundance Theatre Lab, Midwest PlayLabs, New Works Now at The Public Theater, Performance Space 122, Manhattan Theatre Club and Seattle Repertory Theatre. Her plays have been published by Theatre Communications Group, Smith and Kraus Publishers, Inc., Heinemann, Playscripts, TheatreForum and American Theater. Ms. Iizuka is a member of New Dramatists and the recipient of a Joyce Award, a PEN/Laura Pels Award, an Alpert Award, a Whiting Writers’ Award, a Stavis Award from the National Theatre Conference, a Rockefeller Foundation MAP grant, an NEA/TCG Artist-in-Residence grant, a McKnight Fellowship, a PEN Center USA West Award for Drama, Princeton University’s Hodder Fellowship and a Jerome Fellowship. She is the head of the graduate MFA Playwriting program at the University of California, San Diego.
PAY AS YOU ARE
Mu strives to voice the stories of the Asian American community, and in order to bring performances to those communities whose stories they tell, Mu is committed to make them as accessible as possible. Pay As You Are pricing asks those who routinely pay $35 for theater tickets to choose to pay that amount; it is the actual fair market value of the ticket. If an audience member needs to pay less, they can choose to pay less – as little as $5 per ticket.