Summer Performances at the Hylton Center

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The Hylton Center has announced its Summer Performances for Young Audiences. These engaging musicians, actors, and well-rounded will perform on the Merchant Hall stage. Information and tickets are available at HyltonCenter.org.

Brass 5

Brass 5: Why Music

Tuesday, June 19, 11:00 a. m.

Music is everywhere – at the store, behind the TV ads, even in the elevator! Come learn how music came to be such an important part of our lives and how it affects us. Established in 1982, Brass 5 has been entertaining audiences with their playful banter and vast repertoire of music for over 30 years, performing over 4,000 programs in the US and Europe. Tickets: $15 Adults/$5 Children.

Single Carrot Theatre

Single Carrot Theatre: Rumpled!

Tuesday, July 17, 11:00 a. m. and 12:30 p. m.

This delightful play is based on the story of Rumpelstiltskin in an original adaption by Single Carrot Theatre. Rumpled! uses humor, voice, movement, and love as access points for exploring dishonesty and its consequences. Students have an opportunity to share their thoughts and ask questions during a post-show discussion with the actors. Single Carrot Theatre’s work grows from the conviction that participatory cultural experiences facilitate learning, and that artistic expression is civic engagement. Tickets: $15 Adults/$5 Children.

Flow Circus

Flow Circus: Science of Awesome

Tuesday, July 31, 11:00 a. m.

The audience will explore the world of science and skill building toys where things fall, balance, and spin. The audience is left with an urge to pick up and play with the world around them and discover the mysterious forces of the invisible, physical world. Paul Miller captivates audiences with his unique blend of contagious energy, quirky characters, spectacular juggling, and comedy magic. With plenty of audience participation, his performances engage all ages the moment he steps on stage. Tickets: $15 Adults/$5 Children.

By Prince William Living

 

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