Same, Same, But Different

Performance Dates: March 8th - May 31st
Run Time: 60 Minutes
Best for Ages: 5-10
Year(s) Produced: 2020
By exchanging letters and pictures, EL and Kailash quickly learn that although their worlds might look different, they are actually quite similar!

About Same, Same, But Different

EL lives in America and Kailash lives in India. When they become pen-pals and begin exchanging stories and pictures about their different lives, they quickly learn that although their worlds might be an ocean apart, they are quite similar.

Adapted from the award-winning book by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, Same, Same, But Different is a digital production that teaches us we can live a world apart and still be best friends.

Show Credits

Written by Barbara Zinn Krieger and Maximillian Gill
Directed by Sammy Lopez
Based on the book Same, Same, But Different
Written & Illustrated by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw

 

What Audiences are Saying about Same, Same, But Different

“A Delightful Play About Finding Common Ground” – The New York Times

“Same, Same, but Different” is a delightful play about finding common ground…Same, Same, But Different illustrates how well a perspective from afar can help solve a problem at home.

— Laurel Graeber - The NY TImes
An Excellent Choice for Little Ones to Enjoy.
…comes a story we can surprisingly all relate to. This entertaining zoom performance is an excellent choice for little ones to enjoy.
When my girls watched this colorful performance online, they were reminded that everyone has similar obstacles in life and could relate to this story.
— Suzanne Cohen | Gotham Love
“A Delightful Play About Finding Common Ground” – The New York Times

“Same, Same, but Different” is a delightful play about finding common ground…Same, Same, But Different illustrates how well a perspective from afar can help solve a problem at home.

— Laurel Graeber - The NY TImes
An Excellent Choice for Little Ones to Enjoy.
…comes a story we can surprisingly all relate to. This entertaining zoom performance is an excellent choice for little ones to enjoy.
When my girls watched this colorful performance online, they were reminded that everyone has similar obstacles in life and could relate to this story.
— Suzanne Cohen | Gotham Love

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