By Brooklyn Reader

April 4, 2014, 4:50 pm

 

Children’s theatre is very much alive at Restoration! This year, it brings back by historic demand The Liberation of Mother Goose, written by Brooklyn native, Aduke Aremu.

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Restoration Youth Arts Academy’s Drama Department, in association with Dove Productions, presents The Liberation of Mother Goose.

Past generations remember the Mother Goose tales where characters were implanted in their minds lifting spirits through rhythm and rhyme. This spring, students of the Restoration Youth Arts Academy’s Drama Department will bring these tales to life with a modern day twist.

Under the direction of famed director and choreographer, Abdel Salaam, Restoration continues its tradition of stressing the importance of reading, while encouraging today’s young arts enthusiasts.

This fun-filled production welcomes all ages. So pre-schoolers — let’s get ready to learn to read! To our teens who love to rap — let’s love to read!

To our parents let’s reflect and move forward on the wings of The Liberation of Mother Goose!

WHAT: The Liberation of Mother Goose, a play and dance performance

WHEN: Saturday, April 5, 7:00pm; Sunday, April 6, 4:00pm

WHERE: Restoration Plaza, 1368 Fulton Street, Bklyn

HOW MUCH: Free

For more information call 718-636-6969 or email[email protected]


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