Point A to Point B

Created by David Kilpatrick
Inspired by the America on the Move exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
Production Details:

  • Play
  • 30 minutes
  • 1 female/1 male, plus 1 acoustic guitar player
  • Modular set
  • Originally commissioned and premiered by Arts on the Horizon for the 2015-16 season

Target Audience: Ages 2-5

Synopsis:
It’s just another day at the Lab, but today’s particular assignment has the two employees scratching their heads: a ball keeps appearing from a spot labeled “Point A” and needs to travel to “Point B.” The catch is that the ball can never travel the same way twice! As the two co-workers – one a careful scientist, the other an athletic risk-taker – begin to solve the puzzle together, they explore different modes of transportation in new, wonderful, and exciting ways!

Music: Sokolovsky Music

Reviews:
“The show is nonverbal and doesn’t rely on loud and busy action to hold their young audience’s focus, but instead engages their curiosity and welcomes their imaginations to take hold.” – DC Metro Theater Arts
Point A to Point B is a stimulating and compelling show that will appeal to children ages 2 to 6.  By the time our 2, 4 and 6 year old arrived home, they were ready to create their own imaginative journey.” – Our Kids

“All the kids in the audience were laughing and pointing and calling out suggestions to the two scientists as they built different contraptions to move the ball from A to B…My 3 year old couldn’t take his eyes off the stage.” – Kid Trips

Rental Package Includes:
  • Sharable PDF of script
  • Archival video of Arts on the Horizon’s original production
Pricing and other details are provided during the order process

Photos: Aram Vartian