Post-Apocalyptic Parable Foxfinder Details a Totalitarian Future
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With more than 11,000 ocean animals representing nearly 500 species, the Aquarium of the Pacific celebrates the planet's largest and most diverse body of water: the Pacific Ocean. With this offer, you can choose any weekday during afternoon hours (3:00pm-6:00pm) to visit this world-class aquarium featuring a wide array of hands-on activities, live and video presentations, and much more. Check out the BP Sea Otter Habitat -- modeled after their natural habitat -- and meet the otters. Visit the Molina Animal Care Center to watch the animals as they are cared for. You can get up close with more than a dozen Magellanic penguins above and below the water in the new June Keyes Penguin Habitat. This summer, get closer to the animals than ever before with new interactive experiences including the all-new bonnethead shark and cownose ray touchpool in Shark Lagoon; a chance to make and drive a remotely operated vehicle; special behind-the-scenes looks at animal feedings; a new horseshoe crab touch lab; a new exhibit on the Guam Kingfisher (a highly endangered bird) and an immersive exhibit on the Southern California Steelhead, a fish that lives in local rivers. Learn More
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“It’s a script which lays out her vividly imagined plot so subtly that you don’t notice King is trying to make you think something until you’ve already thought it." —The Telegraph
“The tension will send you running home to shower off the fear and sweat; but if this does not give your brain and soul a workout, you haven’t been paying attention. See this work: it is gorgeous.” —John Rudoff, Oregon Music News
“ … its gut punch is that it harnesses enormous themes, losing none of their power, and brings them to an ordinary level in a powerful illustration of what could happen to everyday people when a desperate world goes spinning out of joint.” —Carol Wells, The Oregonian
“Dámaso Rodriguez’s taut direction plays up the sense of foreboding, with an ominous soundscape and disquieting lighting design … King strikes a balance of specificity and mystery that keeps the audience engaged.” —Rebecca Jacobson, Willamette Week