October 23rd, 2013
In an effort to introduce children to the incredible world of theatre, International City Theatre is proud to announce their next Free Saturday Family Theatre Series performance! For those unfamiliar with this outreach program (ICT conducts six outreach programs in addition to their main stage productions), it is an opportunity for children to experience the magic of the performing arts for free. Everyone is welcome – bring your kids, bring your neighbors, bring your neighbors’ kids!
In theme with the holiday season, this upcoming production will focus on scary stories. The free performance of We Tell Scary Stories will take place Saturday, November 2, at 11 a.m., and will be presented by We Tell Stories.
This program of scary stories is taken from classic literature and cultural folktales for the Autumn season. With an odd trunk full of costumes and props, these stories are more fun than spooky and involve the WE TELL STORIES trademark style with plenty of audience participation.
The performance will not exceed one hour in duration. While attendance is free, reservations should be made through ICT. Space is limited. Parking in adjacent city-owned parking structure is $10.
International City Theatre believes in the power of theatre and its ability to educate and entertain while creating a sense of community and fostering understanding. Introduce your children to the exciting world of theatre and enjoy a day at ICT! This production is made possible in part by the generous support of the Josephine Gumbiner Foundation.
To make your reservation, please call Amanda at 562.495.4595, ext. 10 or email her at email@example.com. Visit www.InternationalCityTheatre.org for more information.