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The Rainbow Fish

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The Rainbow Fish tells the story of the most beautiful fish in the sea, whose scales shimmer in all the colors of the rainbow. He is admired by all the underwater creatures, who invite him to come play with them. But he is not interested in joining them. One day, a small blue fish asks for one of his scales, but the Rainbow Fish refuses to share. When he is ostracized by all the other fish, his scales begin to mean less to him with no one to admire them. Taking the advice of a clever octopus, the Rainbow Fish gives all his scales away, one by one, until he is left with only one. The more he shares, the happier he becomes. Surrounded by many fish, each with one iridescent scale, the Rainbow Fish now no longer looked different, and he at last feels at home among the other fish.

The Rainbow Fish tells the story of the most beautiful fish in the sea, whose scales shimmer in all the colors of the rainbow. He is admired by all the underwater creatures, who invite him to come play with them. But he is not interested in joining them. One day, a small blue fish asks for one of his scales, but the Rainbow Fish refuses to share. When he is ostracized by all the other fish, his scales begin to mean less to him with no one to admire them. Taking the advice of a clever octopus, the Rainbow Fish gives all his scales away, one by one, until he is left with only one. The more he shares, the happier he becomes. Surrounded by many fish, each with one iridescent scale, the Rainbow Fish now no longer looked different, and he at last feels at home among the other fish.

More about Butler Arts & Events Center
The Butler Arts & Events Center (BAEC) is home to Butler University’s event facilities including performance venues, conference and meeting rooms, outdoor spaces and housing. Its performance venues welcome more than 300,000 visitors annually, with 35,000 from the student matinee series. The BAEC is comprised of seven venues including its flagship 2148 seat venue Clowes Memorial Hall; the Schrott Center for the Arts with 475 seats; Shelton Auditorium with nearly 400 seats; Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall with 135 seats; Krannert Room; Lilly Hall Studio Theatre with up to 100 seats; and Hinkle Fieldhouse. Programming includes the Butler Arts Presents events, BAEC’s Education Matinee Series, Jordan College of the Arts performances, Broadway In Indianapolis shows, various Butler lecture series, performances from local performing arts organizations and a variety of national touring shows.
When & Where
Feb 16, 2024, 6:30pm to 8:00pm Timezone: EST
$16.00


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