Why you should see ‘Stellaluna’ at the Center for Puppetry Arts

A baby bat is separated from her mother, and is adopted by a nest of birds. She’s allowed to stay, as long as she acts like a bird. The story, “Stellaluna,” is adapted by the Center for Puppetry Arts for its 2019-2020 season. CONTRIBUTED: CENTER FOR PUPPETRY ARTS

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A baby bat is separated from her mother, and is adopted by a nest of birds. She’s allowed to stay, as long as she acts like a bird. The story, “Stellaluna,” is adapted by the Center for Puppetry Arts for its 2019-2020 season. CONTRIBUTED: CENTER FOR PUPPETRY ARTS

Stellaluna, based on the book by Janell Cannon, is showing now through March 8 at the Center for Puppetry Arts. In this episode of accessAtlanta, you’ll hear clips from the play and a conversation between AJC reporter Bo Emerson and Jon Ludwig, who adapted the play.

Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do in and around Atlanta over the next 10 days, including Miki Howard at City Winery.

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