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A boy marionette, a toy maker, and a talking cricket. You think you know the story of Pinocchio, but you’ve never experienced anything like this.

CCT’s second stage show in The Pritzker Family Studio Theatre, Pinocchio, a Neverbird Project production, is a sophisticated exploration of love, loss, family, and the lessons we can teach each other.

An exciting collaboration of Deaf and hearing actorsPinocchio is a fantastical, re-imagining of a beloved children’s tale utilizing extensive ASL (American Sign Language) that is seamlessly inclusive and accessible for all audiences.

Pinocchio is recommended for ages 8 and up.

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