Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories

Adapted by Tim Supple and David Tushingham

Directed by Jennifer Adams

November 24 Through December 16, 2007
Performed at the Lincoln Square Theatre

When young Haroun's mother elopes with a dull clerical drone, his father, famed storyteller Rashid, the Shah of Blah, loses the gift of gab. To restore his father's gift and mend his broken heart, Haroun embarks on a mystical journey to the source of stories. There, the Master of Silence launches his plan to destroy the world's stories, and it is up to Haroun to stop the destruction. This adventure into strange new lands — a dream world of water genies and rhyming guppies, where chatter and silence battle for control — excites the imagination in this riveting celebration of storytelling.

Featuring: Chris Amos, Jackson Challinor, Adam Dodds, Adam Downs, Minita Gandhi, Michael Graham, Greg Hardin, Christine Lin, Tom McGrath, Carly Mendez, Fawzia Mirza, Lauren Mustain, Tinuade Oyelowo, Leticia Ramirez, Denise Santomauro

Assistant Director: Adrienne Day
Scenic, Lighting and Sound Design: Tony Adams
Assistant Scenic Design: Juan Castañeda
Costume Design: Jennifer Zielinski
Dramaturg: Denise Santomauro
Properties Design: Jessica Jane Childs, Andréa Morales

pictured Jackson Challinor and Fawzia Mirza, photo by Adam Dodds