The Tiger Who Wore White Gloves
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The Tiger Who Wore White Gloves

A lively musical about an insecure tiger who is feeling outclassed until his friends help him realize the best person to be is always yourself. Ideal for the entire family, “Tiger” teaches a valuable lesson about self-acceptance. It also encourages reading and experiencing of live theater by families. Audiences are encouraged to read the book and then see the play together. “The Tiger Who Wore white Gloves” by Gwendolyn Brooks was published by Third World Press in 1974. In 1980 Brooks’ daughter wrote the musical based on the book. She also co-wrote the lyrics with Valerie King.


– Presented by

ETA Creative Arts | Aaron Reese Boseman




April 25, 2023