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Storybook Theatre

StoryBook Theatre

Proudly supported by

Mayor Ravinder S. Bhalla

the City of Hoboken and

 

Tempest Productions presents

StoryBook Theatre (2018)

Where stories come to life through song, dance,poetry and drama!

FREE • Elysian Park, 10th & Hudson St. • 2pm-4pm

Designed for all ages! Pack a picnic and join us in the parkon our summer adventures!Tents will be set up in case of rain.

Tempest Productions is proud to present a series of StoryBook Journeys. Enter a magical world where stories come to life!Join your favorite storybook characters and become an integral part of the story as we sing, dance, whistle, and hum through the magical world of books in these FREE interactive journeys.

 

Sat. June 2

The Circus McGurkus by Dr. Seuss –Be a lion, be an acrobat, be a clown! Help Tempest create our own Circus McGurkus.

 

Sat. July 14

Something Whistling in the Night – Folktales from Other LandsAll over the world grandmoms and granddads, moms and dads, and aunts and uncles too, pass folktales on to their children. Join Tempest as we bring specially picked folktales from other lands to life through story songs, dance, drama, poems and music.

 

Tempest Productions is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) theatre company established in 1996.   The company is dedicated to presenting high quality productions that deal with classical and universal themes at affordable prices.  Tempest has been producing and designing youth programs since 1996.  Its founders and artistic personnel have been working in the field for over 50 years.www.tempestproductions.org1-866-248-5091

 

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.The public parks in Hoboken are wheelchair accessible.Program Materials for the performances are available in Large Print upon request.Contact: tempeststudios.org or call 1-866-248-5091 for more information.www.tempestproductions.org

Storybook Theatre

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Storybook Theatre

StoryBook Theatre

Proudly supported by

Mayor Ravinder S. Bhalla

the City of Hoboken and

 

Tempest Productions presents

StoryBook Theatre (2018)

Where stories come to life through song, dance,poetry and drama!

FREE • Elysian Park, 10th & Hudson St. • 2pm-4pm

Designed for all ages! Pack a picnic and join us in the parkon our summer adventures!Tents will be set up in case of rain.

Tempest Productions is proud to present a series of StoryBook Journeys. Enter a magical world where stories come to life!Join your favorite storybook characters and become an integral part of the story as we sing, dance, whistle, and hum through the magical world of books in these FREE interactive journeys.

 

Sat. June 2

The Circus McGurkus by Dr. Seuss –Be a lion, be an acrobat, be a clown! Help Tempest create our own Circus McGurkus.

 

Sat. July 14

Something Whistling in the Night – Folktales from Other LandsAll over the world grandmoms and granddads, moms and dads, and aunts and uncles too, pass folktales on to their children. Join Tempest as we bring specially picked folktales from other lands to life through story songs, dance, drama, poems and music.

 

Tempest Productions is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) theatre company established in 1996.   The company is dedicated to presenting high quality productions that deal with classical and universal themes at affordable prices.  Tempest has been producing and designing youth programs since 1996.  Its founders and artistic personnel have been working in the field for over 50 years.www.tempestproductions.org1-866-248-5091

 

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.The public parks in Hoboken are wheelchair accessible.Program Materials for the performances are available in Large Print upon request.Contact: tempeststudios.org or call 1-866-248-5091 for more information.www.tempestproductions.org

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