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

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

“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:
  • Shareable 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