Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies: A Musical

In All, Events by Richard Gonzales

UCR Orchestra Family Concert
Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies: A Musical
Finding Her Voice, Saving Our Skies

Location: University Theatre, Humanities 400
Time: Sunday, April 14th 3pm – 4pm.

– Conducted by Ruth Charloff    Directed by Winter Lawson

 

Featuring the 50-plus musicians of the UCR Orchestra and UCR student performers singing the musical story of Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies.

 

This coming-of-age story features a gender-nonconforming princess, the mythical land of Fusan, and an environmental crisis that will take all her courage and skill to battle. Music is by composer and actress Jacqueline Emerson (“Hunger Games”) arranged by Lee Huff and spectacularly set for full orchestra by Tim Labor and Christiaan Clark.

 

Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies was one of the Guardian Princesses books, a series and organization founded by Setsu Shigematsu that’s transforming the cultural meaning of princesses and princes into positive role models who work together to protect people and the planet for future generations.

 

Learn more about the Guardian Princesses.

 

Free and open to the public.
Parking: Complimentary permits available in Lot 6
Information: (951) 827-3245  performingarts@ucr.edu  www.music.ucr.edu