Interactive community building theater piece for adults and children alike. Five miniature stories are creatively told and woven together into a greater story about our personal connection to the world and to each other.
Through physical theater, storytelling, audience interaction and object-based theater we meet five people who live next to us – people who may be living without vision, or hearing, who have movement limitations, or are lonely, angry, sad…. How do they see, hear or feel the world, and how do we see, hear or feel them?Learn More
Mark Nizer 4D Mark Nizer 4D is the only live 3D show in the world. Mark’s original idea is to take live performance and add a 4th dimension to it. Conventional 3D takes two dimensional video and adds a third dimension. By using special 3D glasses (not like normal 3D movie glasses), Mark Nizer […]Learn More
An interactive, multi-sensory show about the life cycle of a bird for families with children from 6 months to 4 years old.
In a nest in a tree, an egg is kept warm. Then a Baby Bird hatches! The Baby is fed and nurtured by… the Tree Fairy, and both the Baby and the Fairy begin to explore what it means to grow up, and to learn how to fly, and what it means to be a parent. They feel sunshine and rain, smell flowers, taste berries, and see butterflies. There are surprises. One day, the Baby learns to spread its wings and fly. Where will it go? Will it leave the Tree Fairy?
Take the journey with your own Baby Bird!Learn More
Beauty and the Beast Presented by the Next Generation Arts Council A delightful and unique production of the Disney classic “by Kids 4 Kids.” Performances on March 20, 21, & 22.Learn More