Swedish theatre group Boulevardteatern presents the enchanting story of Guji Guji.

Adapted from the book Guju Guji by Chih Yuan Chen (Taiwan), the story begins when a crocodile egg lands in a duck’s nest. Out pops Guji Guji—a small crocodile that is raised as a duck. Mother Duck doesn’t care that Guji Guji is different from the other young ones—they are her children and she loves them all, just the way
they are. Problems arise when Guji Guji meets two big crocodiles that try to convince Guji Guji that he is a bloodthirsty, duck-eating crocodile, just like them! Guji Guji is a tale about differences and similarities, love, friendship, and learning to think for yourself.

This performance is intended for children ages 3-8.
Presented by Boulevardteatern Stockholm/Sweden.
Freely adapted from the book Guji Guji by Chih Yuan Chen (Taiwan).
On stage: Sara Ribbenstedt, Julia Gumpert, Li Molnar Kronlid
Book by: Daniel Goldmann
Music and lyrics: Jörgen Aggeklint
Set and costume: Lina Serning
Photo: Martin Skoog
1:00 P.M Saturday, October 28
Scandinavian House / Manhattan
58 Park Ave, For ticket information, please click here.
2:00 P.M Sunday, October 29
Queens Library at Flushing
1-17 Main St Flushing
No booking at Flushing Library – (first come- first seated)

The show is approximately 50 min. long.