Ireland’s Theatre Lovett presents “They Called Her Vivaldi,” an upbeat comedy-adventure about a sensitive musical prodigy making a quiet name for herself in a cacophonous world. She leaves her quiet sanctuary for the noise of the big city on a quest to recover her magical, musical hat. As the young heroine journeys over cobblestones and canals, viewers learn about love, loss, the place of salt in our diet and the courage to lose our footing without losing our way. Recommended for ages 7 and up; the performance includes brief use of a strobe light.
Hancher: Theatre Lovett
2 p.m. Sunday (3/10), Hancher Auditorium, 1241 E. Park Rd., Iowa City; $10 to $25, Hancher Box Office, (319) 335-1160, 1-(800) HANCHER or Hancher.uiowa.edu/2018-19/TheatreLovett
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