How High The Moon is a modern folk tale using live music, animation, object puppetry and actors to tell the tale of Buck and Erma, a young, optimistic, blue-collar couple who build a house only to learn they need a moon hanging above to make the story complete. They set to retrieve the moon, a journey that will test the very fabric of their love.
is an actor and playwright. Regionally, he has performed at La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Cygnet Theatre Company, San Diego Repertory Theatre, North Coast Repertory Theatre, New Village Arts, Lamb’s Players Theatre, Backyard Renaissance Theatre Company and Diversionary Theatre. As a playwright, Sears has written Felt and The Corpse Bride, both of which received Best of The Fest Awards at the Actors Alliance of San Diego Festival. He has also written The Pied Piper, A Punk Opera, which premiered at Canyon Crest Academy in San Diego. His most recent play, Red Truck Blue Truck, was created through a commission from The Old Globe and received a workshop and public reading in November 2018.
Recommended for ages 13+.
Viewing area is on a lawn. Personal chairs and blankets encouraged.