Tall tale comes to Minneapolis

April 26, 2013 by  

The amazing story of ‘Paul Bunyan’ will explain how five storks brought an amazing lumberjack into the world and delivered him to loving parents.

A great family entertainment option, it includes a number of special characters centered around an incredible storyline. Poster printing and brochure printing were most likely used to promote this performance to people in this region.

As children, many of us will have been mesmerized by the story about Paul Bunyan and his larger than life ox with the beautiful blue eyes. This operatic performance is directed by Vern Sutton, with Don Shelby as the voice of Paul. Needless to say, when the storks delivered the baby to his adoring parents, they were somewhat surprised at the size of him.

Children who watch this performance unfold are sure to fall in love with it and parents will be drawn back to a time in their life of innocence and wide-eyed amazement. This performance is suitable for all people over the age of six, and music will include hymns, blues, and folk songs – all of which are American classics.

Tickets for this show range from $13.50 to $43.50, depending on seating selected. The story will be performed tomorrow, April 27, beginning at 8:00 pm at the Ted Mann Concert Hall located at 2128 South 4th Street in Minneapolis, Minnesota, just a short drive from Princeton. To purchase tickets, or find out more about the performance, please visit the Minnesota Orchestra website or call the box office.