A Seaworthy Play


Happy as Clams—The Musical is taking up a residency at the Long Island Children’s Museum for several performances from Dec. 12 through 15.

Meet Clammy the Clam who confesses she is not “happy as a clam” and sets out to find happiness by wishing on a star. Clammy and her best friend Grabby the fiddler crab, learn about creating friendships when they befriend a love-struck fluke, float with a jelly and stumble upon a hungry sea star. Join the cast for a STEAM-filled story as you learn about the creatures of the Great South Bay.

Written by award-winning family performer/journalist and Long Islander Lena Pennino Smith, this popular show gets everyone singing, dancing and clamoring for more (while sneaking in some local environmental science and geography). Presented with permission of Songs By Lena. Perfect for ages 3 and up. The fee is $9 with museum admission ($7 for LICM members), $12 theater only.

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