Suggested Grades: 4+
Run Time: 60 Minutes
Biggest Story, Smallest Stage. To recreate the story of America’s Apollo 11 lunar landing, seven actors squeeze onto a 21-square feet stage nearly as tight as NASA’s original Mercury capsules. Using only their bodies and their voices, this astounding troupe of actors brings to life one of the most daring times in the history of human exploration: The Space Race. From the Cold War to Sputnik, from Yuri Gagarin to Neil Armstrong, this action-packed show brings the company’s tongue-in-cheek humor to a whole new atmosphere—one where the rules of gravity no longer apply.
Tickets: $8 each for students, teachers, and chaperones
Reservations (beginning August 23 at 10AM): Box Office | 480-644-6500
Want to book your tickets before the rush? Come to our Educator Preview Night on August 22 for advance access to reserve your tickets!
Educator Resource Guide: CLICK HERE
For the safety of all our guests, adults are not allowed in the shows without children, and children are not allowed without adults. Everyone, including lap children require purchased ticket.
DEADLINE: PO/payment* and attendance/bus numbers are required TWO (2) weeks prior to performance date. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES after deadline. You are responsible for all tickets reserved, even if tickets are not used. Sign-language interpretation is available with two weeks' notice.
*For home schools, payment is due at time of reservation.