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December 17, 2023 @ 11:00 am

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One event on December 17, 2023 at 2:00 pm

To request Audio Description seats, submit the Ticket Request Form or contact access@lincolncenter.org or 212-875-5375. The performance on December 17th is also a Relaxed Performance.

Joyful, silly, and… soaking wet! A delightful wordless comedy for all ages created by Madagascar’s La Compagnie Zolobe, Sakasaka will add joy to everyone’s day. In the great tradition of slapstick comedians like The Three Stooges, La Compagnie Zolobe’s clown trio uses physical comedy and body language to tell their story while remaining completely silent. They are accompanied by a musician who plays traditional instruments: kabosy (a rectangular guitar) and djembe (drum). The word sakasaka means “thirsty” in Malagasy and, using just a mop, bucket and a few bottles of water, the clowns take audiences on hilarious adventures that gently and sincerely explore the preciousness of water. Laugh out loud and learn important lessons as you go on a journey of dance, music, splashes, and joy!


Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
212 875 5375
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Audience (by age)
Family Program
Program Image Description
Three people stand on stage wearing gray, blue, and yellow overalls and red clown noses. They point at a wooden bench.


Clark Studio Theater at Lincoln Center
Samuel B & David Rose Building, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023 United States
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