“When Enchantment Theatre Company is in town it’s never fairytale theatre as usual.” - Los Angeles Times
“My family just attended your Aladdin and Other Enchanting Tales… The performance was a magical experience for adults as well as our ten year old daughter… Children in our society have so few opportunities to be drawn into such fantastical experiences. Your piece was not only beautiful, but fanciful, reverent, emotional and full of tension and excitement…
Thank you so much for the work you are doing in the world.” – Christy F., Rochester, New York
Aladdin and Other Enchanting Tales: Dec 17-30
Take an enchanted journey with your family this holiday season. Join Scheherazade, the storyteller heroine, and her cast of fabulous characters: Sail on Sinbad’s ship to exotic lands; battle a giant dragon with the Kalandar Prince; discover Aladdin’s lamp and the surprises hidden inside.
Come to the show early to explore our Persian Bazaar: try on costumes, take character pictures – post them on Facebook – and enjoy other interactive activities – all for the price of your ticket!
Aladdin Opening Day Performance and Benefit: December 21, 2013, 1 -5 pm
Join Mayor Michael Nutter, Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia Dr. William Hite, Chairman of the School Reform Commission Pedro A. Ramos, Esq, Interim Executive Director of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Michael Norris, Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, and Enchantment Theatre Company for a magical celebration on December 21, 2013 as we honor Assistant Superintendent Dr. Dennis Creedon for his years of service to the youth of Philadelphia! Take an enchanted journey with your family, play in imagined worlds with your children before and after the show, honor Dr. Dennis Creedon - our 2013 Eden Award recipient, experience a spellbinding and spectacular production set to the evocative music of Rimsky-Korsakov, and support our education programs that reach more than 12,000 local students each year!
Enchantment Everywhere: Coming to a neighborhood near you in Spring of 2014!
Enchantment’s new portable theatrical works will travel to local arts councils, venues, community centers, retirement communities, educational institutions – anywhere with a community of children and families! Our goals for the 2013-2014 season are to introduce 12,000 children within Philadelphia and suburban locations to the classic Brothers Grimm Tale The Fisherman and the Flounder – as only Enchantment can do! MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!
Interested in getting involved and bringing Enchantment to your neighborhood or school?
Contact Carin Brastow, Managing Director, at 215-496-9160 or email@example.com
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