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Offline gypsylakat

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Pirate Theater for kids (Bethesda)
« on: July 13, 2010, 06:51:40 PM »
I work for a summer camp with Elementary schools. We had a field trip today to the Imagination Stage in Bethesda, they're currently running two plays/musicals based on pirates, the one we saw was called "how I became a pirate" I think it's based on a kids book and it was a FANTASTIC show, great special effects and staging and a great show with some cute songs and some really good songs as well. There is a little fun for all and even a tiny bit of World Cup nodding by the french Buccaneer (sp?) They have another show running that is for ages 7 and up, I think ours was for all ages. There was a little bit of audience interaction (everyone yell YAR at this point, actors would talk to children on the aisles during a few points, there was an interactive improv pirate chanty)

So what I'm getting at is- If you have some time, and a small child, you should definitely check it out, not sure on pricing because ours were paid for by the camp, but I think it's probably worth it.
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