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7:30 p.m., Feb. 14–15, 20–22, 2020; 2 p.m., Feb. 16, 23
This event last occurred Feb. 23, 2020
Snow falls on the village of Kishka in amounts so massive that it may flood the city when it melts — only it doesn’t melt. Winter comes and goes, but the snow remains. The villagers all agree that something needs to be done. Young Theodosia Sutton is just the girl to get this something done. Theodosia Sutton, and her team of heroes and heroines, who are much braver than her, catapult themselves beyond the snow to find its source. Theodosia’s journey through the sky, a forest and a canyon is action-packed and reveals the mysterious truth about the village’s past and her future. Written by Finegan Kruckemeyer. Directed by graduate student Claire Redfield.
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