Enjoyed by ages 3 and up
Our littlest audience members will be delighted by this award-winning story of a lonely man set in his ways, and his friendship with a balloon that opens his heart. It’s an uplifting story about a magical balloon that blows through a window and insists on becoming friends.
Sweet, inventive, and packed with physical comedy, this play explores the power of friendship in a way even young children can understand – and demonstrates that, with a little imagination and acceptance, companionship is everywhere.
James Pelican is an actor, clown, and carpenter living in Sonoma County. He loves performance of all stripes, doing everything from acting on local stages to producing the annual Chautauqua Revue at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center to performing with his clown troupe, Clowns on a Stick. His recent credits include The 1940s Radio Hour at 6th Street Playhouse, Born Yesterday and La Cage aux Folles at Cinnabar, The Tempest at Main Stage West, and To Bury a Cat with Clowns on a Stick.