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North Charleston Presents Children’s Theatre Performance on April 15

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to offer another Children’s Theatre performance at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center from 10:00-11:00am on Friday, April 15, 2016, featuring The Bremen Town Musicians performed by Porkchop Productions. The program is designed for grades 4K through 5th grade. Schools, daycares, community groups, families, and individuals are welcome to attend. Tickets are $2 per child with accompanying adults admitted at no charge. Parking is free.

Live music and audience participation highlight this contemporary adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, The Bremen Town Musicians. A donkey, dog, cat, and rooster go on an adventure in search of a new life in Bremen Town.  Will they find musical stardom or will their plans of making it big be thwarted by a gang of bumbling robbers? Young audiences and adults alike are sure to be entertained from start to finish, all while being reminded to respect elders and that one is never too old for dreams to come true.

Founded in 1991, Porkchop Productions is a professional theatre company specializing in audience participation performances that align with Common Core and ELA standards. Each of their shows include problem solving, character development and assessment, and provide academic rigor through higher order thinking skills.  Now in their 20th touring season, the group performs extensively for schools, libraries, youth groups, and special events throughout the southeast. Learn more at porkchopproductions.com.

The North Charleston Performing Arts Center is located at 5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston, SC 29418. Groups of 10 or more are asked to reserve space in advance. Seats fill up fast, so reserve early by calling the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department office at 843.740.5854. For reservation forms, directions, or information on additional programs and events, visit the Arts & Culture section of the city’s website.