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Mission STEAMpossible Puppet Show
See MicheLee Puppets’ “Mission STEAMpossible” at the Emil Buehler Planetarium at Seminole State College and learn about Science Technology, Engineering Arts and Math!
Come to the Emil Buehler Planetarium for a STEAM show performed by MicheLee Puppets named Mission STEAMpossible! The show will be performed three times on Saturdays November 3, 10, and 17 at 2 PM.
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, and this show combines them all!
Magnificent is a teen inventor who dreams of becoming an engineer on the first manned mission to Mars. Magnificent’s hilarious robot sidekick, Dinobot, is programmed to fetch balls and to help Magnificent use the scientific method to compete in the Mission STEAMpossible Challenge. When her dreams collide with the needs of her little brother, Marcus, who is physically disabled, Magnificent learns that through her own ingenuity and engineering skills, she can help her brother and still reach for the stars.
Puppets and captivating visuals draw young people into Magnificent’s world including the planetariums ability to project stars in the sky, inspiring them to apply science, technology, engineering, arts and math to solve everyday problems and change the world for good.
MicheLee Puppets, a nonprofit arts organization, empowers lives through the art of puppetry. They have reached more than two million Florida youth with entertaining and educational programs that promote respect, responsibility and positive life choices. For more information, visit www.micheleepuppets.org.
Admission is $6 per adult, $4 per K-12 student and seniors 55+, free for Seminole State students, faculty, and staff. Doors open 15 minutes prior to showtime and tickets can be purchased at the door. We only accept cash or check as payment.
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Doors open 15 minutes prior to showtime. We do not take reservations.
100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773