Alive Theatre Presents Grimm’s Fairy Tales

October 11, 2008 at 6:54 pm Leave a comment

A journey through

GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES…

A Children’s Show

Directed by Andrew Eiden & Scott Lennard

Grimm’s Fairy Tales is Alive Theatre's newest project, a children’s show that will re-invent five of the classic childhood fairy tales. From The White Snake, The Traveling Musicians and Briar Rose to The Fisherman & His Wife and King Grizzly Beard each of these stories is universal, transcending time and cultures to provide an entertaining way to teach morals to children. Greed, honesty, companionship, trust and love are some of the issues brought to the forefront in these highly entertaining adaptations.

Grimm’s Fairy Tales will be an ensemble-driven play with actors sharing five of the most engaging tales in 50 minutes. The presentation will be highly interactive, with the audience playing an important role in the show; some lucky audience members even get a chance to act on stage! Grimm’s Fairy Tales will be filled with song and dance, masks, puppets, movement and folklore guaranteed to stir the soul.

FOR CHILDREN 5 – 13 YEARS OLD

Grimm’s Fairy Tales

Opens Saturday, October 18 and closes Saturday, October 25. Shows begin at 2 PM. Performances are on Saturdays only @ Long Beach Main Public Library Auditorium. Following the run at the library Alive Theatre will take the show to schools and clubs throughout Long Beach, Los Angeles and Orange County.

***Come play with us in***

Grimm’s Fairy Tales:

A Children’s Show***

When: Saturday, October 18 @ 2PM

Saturday, October 25 @ 2PM

Where: Long Beach Main Public Library Auditorium

101 Pacific Avenue

Long Beach, CA 90802

Tickets: $9 Adults

$7 Children, Students and Seniors

$5 Groups of 10-29

$4 Groups of 30-49

$3 Groups of 50+

In Brief: Grimm’s Fairy Tales will enchant its audience with enough masks, puppets, movement, song and dance to stir the soul.

Produced by Alive Theatre

Additional information available at our website: www.alivetheatre.org

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