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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

January fun fare for families extends to February

 
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Circus Harmony presents "Capriccio: A Vaudevillian Adventure" on the weekends of Jan. 19 and 26 at the City Museum.
By Janice Denham
January 1, 2013
Anyone who says winter is dull hasn't lived in St. Louis. Here is a sampling.
JANUARY & FEBRUARY
'CELEBRATE THEATER'
Arts performers and educators spread the celebration to St. Louis County Library branches as part of the year's Art@Your Library. Times, dates, locations: http://www.slcl.org/art@yourlibrary/january-february. Registration required for some events.
Monkey Tales Theatre presents a new twist on the classic fairy tale, "The Frog Prince," for ages 3 and up and Paul Mesner Puppets present the “Comical Adventures of Old Mother Hubbarb” for preschoolers and older. The play includes audience participation, silly antics and important environmental lessons as the maiden tries to rescue the prince from the evil troll princess. Kids ages 4 to 6 activate their suits with “Creature Power” to enter the animal kingdom through creative drama and movement led by a COCA teaching artist. The same age group can “Run Away with the Circus” -- and DaySpring School of the Arts – while ages 7 to 11 are entertained while creating puppets. Stages St. Louis brings a “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” acting workshop to life for ages 8 to 11. Ages 10 to 15 learn how to write and perform a blues song with the Freedom Arts and Educaton Center. No dance experience is necessary for ages 9 to 14 trying out moves and choreography inspired by pop icon Michael Jackson with a COCA teaching artist.
WEEKENDS OF JAN. 19-20, 26-27
'CAPRICCIO': CIRCUS HARMONY
The annual show features 30 flying children and the Circus Harmony Band in a vaudevillian adventure. For the first time, the presentation features singing along with unicycling, juggling, wire walking and other feats of skill and daring performed by talented voices and bodies of metro St. Louisans. Matinees begin at 2 p.m. each day, plus Saturday evening performances at 7 p.m. Tickets at $20 per adult, $15 per child and senior includes admission to City Museum, 701 N. 15th St., St. Louis, show site and home of Circus Harmony. Available online at www.circusharmony.brownpapertickets.com or by phone at 314-436-7676.
read more at:
http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/relationships-and-special-occasions/parenting/january-fun-fare-for-families-extends-to-february/article_55767778-2a0a-50f6-b70d-7755c25b762c.html

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