Soul Child at the Bowie CPA, Feb 8-9

Soul Child at the Bowie CPA, Feb 8-9

Soul Child
A Black History Month Celebration

February 8 & 9, 2019, 7:30pm

Location: Bowie Center for the Performing Arts.

Enjoy an evening of music, dance, and more as we celebrate Black History Month 2019. This production features the new Bowie Center in house youth performing arts program, COLOURS. There will be special performances included by the Oh! Ballet Arts Academy and a special art installation in our gallery by Bowie State University. Spread the word: a show that will have
you grooving in the aisles.

Tickets: $15 on-line here, or at the door: $20, $15 under 17 or over 65.

Madre Africa – African Heritage in Latin America at the Publick Playhouse, Feb 5

Madre Africa – African Heritage in Latin America at the Publick Playhouse, Feb 5

Midweek Matinee: Education on Stage
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 10:15 am & 12 noon

Madre Africa – African Heritage in Latin America

Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

Description: Learn how African cultures influenced and inspired fascinating rhythms, instruments and musical styles, such as candombe, festejo, tango, and salsa. As we travel through South America and the Caribbean, hear how each country developed its own blend of cultural and religious traditions while sharing a similar African heritage. Tracing migration through music, geography and social studies become lively subjects that are especially relevant in today’s diverse school and work environments! This fast paced musical tour is interactive with clapping, dancing and African-style call and response. Audience members can join the group on stage to try instruments and dance steps.

Recommended for grades K-5. Curriculum Connections: History, Language Arts.

Tickets: $8/person, $6/groups of 20 or more

Here We Go Team! at the Publick Playhouse, Jan 31

Here We Go Team! at the Publick Playhouse, Jan 31

Tiny Tots Thursday
Thursday, January 31, 2019, at 9:30 am & 11:15 am

Here We Go Team!

Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

Description: This Discovery Theatre original scores big in a musical play about sharing and taking turns, the importance of personal space, and the awesome power of teamwork. Five-year-olds Mika and Casey are aspiring soccer stars and best friends–but they’ve ended up on separate teams! Through a mishap
on the field, they discover that helping people is cool, thanks to another kind of ‘team’–of medical stars who make everyone feel great.

Recommended for grades Pre-K – 2. Curriculum Connections: Science, Language Arts

Tickets: $5/person

The Snow Queen at Harmony Hall, Jan 12

The Snow Queen at Harmony Hall, Jan 12

The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents
The Snow Queen
A musical play

Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 11am and 1pm

Location: Harmony Hall Regional Center in Fort Washington

The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents “The Snow Queen,” an original adaptation of the classic fairy tale. Although set in a “Land of colored ice,” this classic tale will warm your heart in its illustrative retelling by a group of fun-loving, imaginative hobgoblins. As they depict the journey of a young girl and her quest to find her best friend, you may find yourself believing in malevolent mirrors, yetis, talking reindeer and snow chickens! Blizzards can come at any moment, so strap on some snowshoes and get ready to discover what it takes to overcome chilling obstacles, keep resilience alive, and melt down the Snow Queen’s icy walls.

The Missoula Children’s Theatre provides two professional tour actor/directors, who will audition and cast 50 to 60 local elementary school children in this production on Monday, January 7, 2019. To participate, see the audition notice.

Tickets to the performance: $5.

Wytold: The Science of Sound at the Publick Playhouse, Nov 28

Wytold: The Science of Sound at the Publick Playhouse, Nov 28

Midweek Matinee: Education on Stage
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 10:15 am & 12 noon

Wytold: The Science of Sound

Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

Description: Electric cellist-composer Wytold blends classical techniques with live looping to create interactive musical adventures featuring inventive remixes and original works. By exploring the relationship between the science of waves and musical scales, students learn how basic patterns in the world can create exciting and dynamic music. This production from Artivate has students interact to use their new knowledge to create a short musical piece together as a group.

Recommended for grades 3-8. Curriculum Connections: Social Studies, Music, Mathematics, Science, Technology.

Tickets: $8/person, $6/groups of 20 or more