Aurora Children's Playhouse: Musicians, Magic and MoreAurora Theatre - Main Stage (128 Pike Street Lawrenceville, GA 30045)
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- Check Availability $7.00 Wed, Jun 26 10:00am (ZooMobile Animal Adventure)
- Check Availability $7.00 Wed, Jun 26 11:30am (ZooMobile Animal Adventure)
- Check Availability $7.00 Wed, Jul 10 10:00am (Camp Aurora Magic Show With Arthur Atsma)
- Check Availability $7.00 Wed, Jul 10 11:30am (Camp Aurora Magic Show With Arthur Atsma)
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June 19, 2013 at 10:00am and 11:30am: Blacktop Playground: Improv Comedy for Kids
Blacktop Improv Group is comprised of internationally known comedians that have appeared on BET, HBO and Comedy Central. Much of the Blacktop success comes from these fellows having a child-like sense of humor themselves. With quick wit and imagination, Blacktop instantly creates funny scenes using suggestions from the crowd, and with those suggestions coming from children, you get a hilariously creative comedy show with tons of audience interaction. Don’t miss the most unique, versatile and comically explosive force in the entertainment industry today.
June 26, 2013 at 10:00am and 11:30am: ZooMobile Animal Adventure
A trained educator presents an exciting program using live animals, biofacts like bones and fun activities! This popular program gives children a connection to animals and conservation through audience participation. All the fun of an animal encounter show at the zoo in the air conditioned comfort of Aurora Theatre.
July 10, 2013 at 10:00am and 11:30am: Camp Aurora Magic Show With Arthur Atsma
After four years of sold-out performances in October, Aurora Children’s Playhouse brings Atlanta magician extraordinaire Arthur Atsma to our summer edition with the Camp Aurora Magic Show. Arthur will amaze and amuse folks of all ages with a show filled with captivating sleight of hand magic, audience interaction and comedy. Magic has a wonderful way of capturing one’s attention. When a child is focused on a magic trick or thinks, “How did he do that?” their minds are open to a world of possibility and learning. It’s not necessarily magic, but Arthur Atsma has a way of making tickets disappear.