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Storyland Theatre presents “Jack and the Beanstalk”

Jack and the Beanstalk

Book by Rick Bracken., Music by Susan Burgess

SCHOOL SHOWS: ?March 28-31,?2017?at 9:30 AM, 10:45 AM & 12:15 PM

SATURDAY FAMILY MATINEE: ?April 1, 2017 at 3 PM

Ticket Info:

School Shows:

Reservations for school performances are required. Teachers and class chaperones are admitted free.?Special rates for Home School Groups. ?Ask about our scholarships for socio-economically disadvantaged schools.

?Ticket prices:

Weekday Season Tickets to all 3 plays – $12 per student

Individual?Show Tickets – $5 per student

(cash or check only, no credit cards please)

Family Matinees:

No reservations required. Sit anywhere you like. The Box Office opens at 2:15 PM. Come meet the actors after the show!?

?Ticket prices:?

Matinee Season Tickets to all 3 plays – $15 per person

Individual Show Tickets – $6 per person

(cash or check only, no credit cards please)

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*Active Duty Military Personnel and Their Families admitted free with Military ID.

Contact: Storyland Theatre
Email: storylandtheatre@gmail.com
Phone: 706.736.3455
More Info: http://www.storylandtheatre.org/

Super Awesome Storytime with Fireside Outdoor Kitchens & Grills

Wednesday, March 29th@ 10:30am, join us for a Super Awesome Storytime with Fireside Outdoor Kitchens & Grills. They will be reading JACK AND THE GIANT BARBECUE by Eric A. Kimmel and illustrated by John Manders Illustration followed by an activity.

And as always there will be cookies and juice provided afterwards by our friends at The New Moon Cafe.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Jack’s late daddy once made the best barbecue in West Texas, until a giant stole his recipe book. Jack is determined to find that greedy old giant and get those recipes back! With a little bit of strength, the help of an unlikely jukebox, and a whole lot of luck, Jack outwits the giant and opens his own barbecue shack. John Manders’ hilarious gouache paintings, accented with colored pencils and highlights, bring Eric Kimmel’s version of Jack and the Beanstalk to uproarious life.

Super Awesome Storytime with Child Enrichment Inc.

Wednesday, March 8th @ 10:30am, join us for a Super Awesome Storytime with Child Enrichment Inc. ( Augusta GA ). They will be reading LISTENING TO MY BODY by Gabi Garcia and illustrated byYing Hui Tan followed by an activity.

And as always there will be cookies and juice provided afterwards by our friends at The New Moon Cafe.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Listening to My Body is an engaging and interactive picture book that introduces children to the practice of listening to their bodies. Through a combination of story and simple experiential activities, it guides them through the process of noticing and naming their feelings and the physical sensations that accompany them, while helping them build on their capacity to engage mindfully, self-regulate, and develop a better sense of well-being.From ?buzzing? and ?tingly? to ?wiggly? and ?squirmy?, Listening to My Body gives children a vocabulary to name their sensations and cultivates the message that whatever sensation or feeling they experience is okay. It will empower children to ?listen to their bodies?, so they can get better at figuring out what they need to show care and kindness for themselves, especially when they experience difficult emotions.Listening to My Body is a wonderful resource for parents, counselors and teachers!

Super Awesome Storytime with Lillie Morris & her Fiddle Students

Wednesday, March 15th @ 10:30am, join us for our St. Patrick’s Day Super Awesome Storytime with Lillie Morris and her Fiddle Students. We will be reading from PATRICK: PATRON SAINT OF IRELAND by author/illustrator Tomie dePaola followed by a performance from Lillie and her students on the Irish Fiddle.

And as always there will be cookies and juice provided afterwards by our friends at The New Moon Cafe.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
The story of Patrick’s life, from his noble birth in Britain, to his being captured and taken to Ireland by a group of bandits, to the “dreams” that led him to convert the Irish people to the Christian faith. DePaola also retells several well-known legends, including the story of how Patrick got rid of all the snakes in Ireland.

Super Awesome Storytime with Amy Schaffman from Augusta Museum

Wednesday, March 22nd @ 10:30am, join us for a Super Awesome Storytime with Amy Schaffman from Augusta History Museum as she reads THE FIRST STRAWBERRIES: A CHEROKEE STORY by Joseph Bruchac and illustrated by Anna Vojtech followed by an art craft.

And as always there will be cookies and juice provided afterwards by our friends at The New Moon Cafe.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
From an award-winning Native American storyteller comes this captivating re-telling of a Cherokee legend, which explains how strawberries came to be. Long ago, the first man and woman quarrelled. The woman left in anger, but the Sun sent tempting berries to Earth to slow the wife?s retreat. Luminous paintings perfectly complement the simple, lyrical text. ?Complete harmony of text and pictures: altogether lovely.? — Kirkus Reviews, pointer review Joseph Bruchac is an award-winning storyteller whose books for children include Eagle Song, Children of the Longhouse, and Arrow to the Sun (all Dial). He lives in Greenfield Center, New York. Anna Vojtech lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts.