Tulsa Repertory Musicals Presents
a drive-in performance of...
by Z Puppets Rosenschnoz from Minneapolis!!!
How do you keep alive an endangered language? By singing it loud and proud with Turtle and Wabbit!
The Cherokee Nation has declared a state of emergency for their language. Through catchy songs, fun storytelling, and the power of playfulness, award-winning Z Puppets' performers, Cherokee tribal member Chris Griffith, with Shari Aronson, lead an adventure into the Cherokee language.
Sing along and in less than 1 hour, you, too, will learn how to count to three, make the basic sounds, say hello and thank you in Cherokee!
Recommended for ages 3-103!
Click here for study guide
When: November 6 at 11am & 4pm
Where: E. 5th Street and College Ave.
Tickets: $30 per car (up to 5 people),
$5 off for tribal members
Buy tickets here