How I Became a Pirate - A Musical for Kids
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All offers for How I Became a Pirate have expired.
The last date listed for How I Became a Pirate was Monday October 13, 2008 / 11:00am.
Currently at Julia Morgan Theater:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $60.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $30.00
Professional prestidigitators from across the globe each entertain with their unique award-winning acts in this this exciting new Vegas-style production. These five specially chosen master magicians are expert showmen and women whose talents include live animal and large-scale illusions, comedy, clairvoyance and more. L.A.'s Christopher Hart is a two-time Magic Castle winner, Dana Daniels has been named Comedy Magician of the Year, and female magician Jade has wowed audiences with illusions influenced by her Chinese heritage. Also set to entertain with their amazing feats are Vegas' Jason Andrews and Reno's Mark Kornhauser. Learn More
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<p>Based on the book by Melinda Long and David Shannon
Adapted by Alyn Cardarelli
Music and Lyrics by Alyn Cardarelli and Steve Goers
Directed by Helena Nolan
</p> When a band of pirates needs a new crew member, young Jeremy Jacob jumps at the chance. He quickly discovers the challenges of life on a pirate ship—storms, swabbing the decks, walking the plank, mutiny. But it is hidden treasure that keeps a pirate’s life exciting! Jeremy learns there is treasure to be found not only on a pirate ship but also at home. This musical version of the American Library Association’s selection for a Notable Children’s Book Award will thrill pirates and landlubbers alike.
For ages 4 and up.
About the Ticket Supplier: Bay Area Children's Theatre
Bay Area Children's Theatre (BACT) was founded in 2004 as Active Arts Theatre for Young Audiences to bring high quality theatre to family audiences in the Bay Area. They specialize in literary adaptations of great children's books. Through challenging and exciting productions that emphasize artistic excellence, they seek to engage a new generation of theatergoers and inspire young people to open their imaginations to new worlds.