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Children’s Theatre Series

Children TheatreChildren’s Theatre performances are presented at the Sterett Hall Auditorium at 1530 7th Street on the former Charleston Naval Base (unless otherwise noted). Performances begin at 10:00am and last approximately one hour. Picnic facilities and open areas are available at the nearby Riverfront Park for groups to enjoy an outdoor lunch following the performance.

Admission, Reservations, and Payment:
Tickets are $2 per child; accompanying adults are admitted at no charge (unless otherwise noted). Admission fee is waived for students on free/reduced lunch status. Group reservations are required (download registration form).

Seats fill up fast, so reserve early by calling the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department office at 843-740-5854.

Payment is due at the door, but may be made in advance. Cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, and American Express are accepted.

2014/15 CHILDREN’S THEATRE SCHEDULE (subject to change)

presented by Atlantic Coast Theatre for Youth (For grades K-5)
Friday, December 12, 2014 
The classic Brothers Grimm story takes the stage as an original musical with new lyrics set to traditional holiday melodies.  An Elf must help a poor shoemaker with assistance from some of the elves in the audience. Don Gruel & Noel Holland of A.C.T. for Youth have been touring throughout the U.S. since 1995, giving hundreds of performances for more than 70,000 audience members annually.

presented in honor of Black History Month by Bright Star Touring Theatre (For grades PreK – 5)
Friday, February 13, 2015
The life and work of Jackie Robinson takes the stage in this heartwarming, lively and interactive production about how one man changed America.  Audiences join Jackie as he learns valuable lessons from his mother, then cheer him on as he scores his first home run as a professional baseball player.  Participation continues as volunteers join Jackie onstage to help him overcome bullying without fighting back.  This play includes powerful lessons about the end of segregation and inspires young people to do what is right, follow their dreams, and never give up.  The 2014/15 season marks Black Star Touring Theatre’s 12th anniversary of providing professional theatre to young audiences across the nation!

presented by Children’s Theatre of Charlotte (For grades K-5)
Friday, April 10, 2015  |
Mike Mulligan and his beloved Steam Shovel, Mary Anne, have been together for many years.  But times have changed and newer, fancier shovels have become fashionable, leaving them out of work and down to their last dime.  Their final hope lies in the little town of Popperville, which needs a basement dug for its new City Hall.  The story of hard work, determination friendship comes to life in this delightful musical adaptation, where we learn that the newest, biggest or most expensive isn’t necessarily the best. Founded in 1948, Children’s Theatre Of Charlotte is one of the country’s largest arts & education organizations that serves young people. The group has received a number of accolades, including a 2008 "Medallion" from the Children's Theatre Foundation of America.

2014/15 Children's theatre flyer

2014/15 Children's theatre registration form




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