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Apr 18

11 a.m.

Storybook Playhouse: The Tale of Sir Dragon & Once Upon a Dragon (Studio Theatre)
Details:
WHEN: School Shows: March 26th - May 2nd 2013, Tues. & Thurs. at 11am-12pm. Public Performance: April 27th, 2013, 11am & 1pm

Admission: $5.00 per student / Teachers FREE / 3 Chaperones FREE per 30 students / $5.00 per ticket at Public Performances
Box Office Phone: (602) 787-7738
Box Office Hours: Tues. – Fri., 12pm to 5pm

Storybook Playhouse adapts storybooks for the stage and performs for local elementary schools. Everything Storybook Playhouse produces for the stage is original material. Each show is created by PVCC students; based upon beloved children’s literature.

Premiering Spring 2013, Storybook Playhouse brings to life The Tale of Sir Dragon (Dealing with Bullies for Kids) and Once Upon a Dragon (Stranger Safety for Kids) by Jean E. Pendziwol & Martine Gourbault. The Tale of Sir Dragon follows the story of a child and his dragon friend as they set out from Camp Camelot in search of a noble quest, but they cross swords with a bully of a knight. Once Upon a Dragon features the child and dragon inside a book of fairy-tales, where the child must teach his friend to be careful around strangers. These winning combinations of adventure and information provide the perfect starting point for discussions about bullying and stranger safety.

Performances are designed for students in the kindergarten, first, and second, grades. Shows will be held on PVCC’s campus, building M, in the Studio Theater. Performances include: two, 20-25 minute shows and a post-production talkback between performers and students. Sessions are limited to 100 students.


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