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Youth & Family Programs
Kristin Andreassen
Thu., Feb. 21 at 1PM
Tickets: $15

Nashville-based Kristin Andreassen is a singer, award-winning songwriter and percussive dancer who combines those skills in musical performances that are both “inventive” (The New Yorker) and “haunting” (NPR’s Folk Alley).
The Bright Siders
Fri., Feb. 22 at 10AM*
Grades PreK+ •  LENGTH: 50 min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS: RF, MU, CL

*Relaxed Performance
The Bright Siders present music that helps kids and families have meaningful conversations about emotions. Created by award-winning songwriter Kristin Andreassen and Brooklyn child psychiatrist Dr. Kari Groff, the Bright Siders feature excellent musicianship and skillful audience engagement.
Shaun Boothe presents
The Unauthorized Biography Series

Thu., Feb. 28 at 12PM
Grades:  4+ • LENGTH: 60 Min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS:  CL, D, MU, MC, SS

Award-winning hip-hop artist Shaun Boothe motivates young audiences using rap songs that chronicle the extraordinary lives of cultural icons King, Obama, Winfrey and Ali. His engaging take on the trails they blazed imbues students with the courage to find their own paths.
Shadow Play
Trusty Sidekick
Sun., Mar. 3 at
1PM* & 3:30PM
FAMILY (Most appreciated by ages 2+)
All tickets: $10

*Relaxed Performance
What happens to your shadow while you sleep? Featuring innovative lighting and charming video animations, this original play sends audiences on a thrilling multimedia, non-verbal adventure to answer that very question.
Gabriel Royal
Thu., Mar. 7 at 1PM
Tickets: $15

Influenced by Stevie Wonder’s groove and Burt Bacharach's jazz-pop sensitivities, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and cellist Gabriel Royal’s trademark sound, singing over a cello, is best described as “easy listening modern chamber pop.”
They Called Her Vivaldi
Theatre Lovett
Fri., Mar. 15 at 10AM
Grades: 2+ • LENGTH: 60 min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS: MU, SS, CL, RF

Cecilia Maria is a sensitive musical prodigy whose magical, musical hat goes missing. Part comedy, part thriller, this new production is full of beautiful music and hilarious characters, and celebrates the power within us all to follow our dreams. 
Underneath a Magical Moon
tutti frutti and York Theatre Royal
Fri. Mar. 22 at 10AM
Grades K+ • LENGTH: 60 min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS: CL, LB, MU, RF

This sparkling new production is a reimagining of Peter Pan as told by Wendy Darling. Fly with Wendy and her brothers as they create the world of Neverland, where time stands still and the impossible seems possible.
Golden Dragon Acrobats
Fri., Apr. 5 at 12PM
Grades: 3+ • LENGTH: 60 min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS: MC, MU, S, WT

Recognized throughout the United States and abroad as the premier Chinese acrobatic touring company today, the Golden Dragons combine thrilling acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, ancient and contemporary music in an unforgettable performance of spectacular skill and spellbinding beauty.
Broadway’s Next H!T Musical
Sun., Apr. 7 at 3PM
Tickets: $20 & $30

NYC's original, award-winning improvised musical comedy comes to Branchburg. Join the fun as master improvisers gather made-up hit song suggestions from the audience and create a spontaneous evening of music, humor and laughter.
Rhonda Badonda – The Adventures of
a Girl with a Pain in her Brain

Rhonda S. Musak
Tue., Apr. 9 at 1PM
Tickets: $15

When a mysterious pain dismantles her coping strategies, Rhonda embarks on a journey that leads her to the Paris Opera, Mozart, and the ultimate face-off...with her brain.
The Early Mays
Thu., May 2 at 1PM
Tickets: $15

With Appalachian-inspired harmonies and a sweet, old-time sound, The Early Mays have captivated both regional and national audiences with songs that range from traditional to modern in style, and from contemplative to barn raising in spirit.
Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly
Dallas Children’s Theater
Mon., May 6 at 10AM
Grades: PreK+ • LENGTH: 70 min.
CURR. CONNECTIONS: LB, LA, RF,
MC, S, SS, MU

Promoting eco-consciousness, earth science and tolerance of others, Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly is a joyful, hip musical exploration of the world outside. You might just find that a bug’s life is not all that different from your own! 
 
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