Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Symphony Space in New York City brings together a stellar lineup of children's entertainment

The Story Pirates appearing Saturday October 2, 2010 at 11AM
“The Story Pirates teach kids a love of creative writing. It helps kids to see that their words and ideas are really important. I believe that what the Story Pirates are doing is helping America, nay, humanity - helping humanity itself. It’s crazy entertaining.” ~ Jon Stewart, The Daily Show ~

The spotlight for children’s entertainment focuses on New York City this autumn and all the way through spring as Symphony Space hosts the "Just Kidding" series of weekly performances for the whole family on Saturdays, featuring over 28 music, dance or theatrical shows and 62 kid-friendly films such as WALLACE AND GROMIT, and BABE.

For the live-performances, Symphony Space will be headlining both seasoned veterans as well as some of the hottest rising stars in the children’s entertainment industry in their “Fresh Sounds Showcase.”

Bringing such a wide diversity of entertainment to the Just Kidding series is no easy task and taps on talent from all across the nation, everything from Native American Dancers to traditional folksingers.

Cynthia Elliott, Executive Director of Symphony Space, says “We put a lot of consideration into developing a season that will provide a wealth of educational and entertaining experiences for kids and parents.”

Symphony Space is located at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street in Manhattan, NYC.

To find out more about each of the visiting artists, as well as upcoming films, dates, ticketing price options and discounts, link directly to Symphony Space’s website.

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