This is a charming dramatization for the entire family about a boy and a girl who save a friendly whale from whalers and bring about an international crisis. Jerry Johnson has secretly taught himself to talk to Ooka, a 50-foot whale that has fled from whalers into Puget Sound. With the help of Meg, a neighbor girl, he devises a plan to save Ooka from those who want to hurt or use her. More importantly, Jerry and Meg help Ooka combat the foreign whalers. The plan works so well it causes a great international crisis, which the two children help the President of the United State resolve. This play is for the entire family.
The Boy Who Talked to Whales
performing Februray 18, 19, 24, 25 & 26 @ 7:30 pm
and February 20 & 27 @ 2:00 pm
The Merlin Players
at Paradise Center for the Arts
321 Central Ave
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