By Stephanie Ila Silver-Silberstein
If you haven’t yet discovered this theatrical gem for children (and adults), then you’re in for a real cultural treat. Located conveniently on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Symphony Space is an amazing cultural epicenter for music, dance, film, literature and theatre-goers of all ages.
Photo credit: Sparrow in the Room
Playing March 23rd at 11am is Morgan’s Journey. As part of their “Just Kidding” family series, this “perfect gift of a show” (The Edinburgh Scotsman) is the longest touring theatrical production in Canadian history. From his birth, to his first steps, and from learning to speak to sharing his delight of the world, Morgan (with loads of help from the audience) learns valuable lessons about love and the true meaning of friendship. Robert Morgan’s creation has won numerous awards and acclaim over the past four decades, and this is a rare chance for NYC audiences to discover this excellent introduction to the power and imagination of theater.
Visit http://www.symphonyspace.org/genre/family for more information about this show and to learn more about the exciting offerings at Symphony Space – including the family programming for the upcoming month of April.
Saturday, March 23, 11 am
2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York, NY 10025-6990
Tel: 212.864.5400 | Fax: 212.932.3228
Tickets: $15 to $25