Louis Armstrong: Jazz Ambassador
Louis Armstrong: Jazz Ambassador, a Show for Kids and Families
$15.00 - $20.00
$7.50 - $10.00*
Louis Armstrong was one of the greatest jazz musicians who ever lived. But did you know that he also served as an unofficial ambassador for the United States? Back in the Fifties, Louis -- "Satchmo" as he was often called -- played concerts around the world, introducing foreign audiences to the musical wonder that was American jazz. With his toothy grin, fun-loving personality and brassy talent, nobody spread the gospel of goodwill quite like Ambassador Satch. But when nine children from Little Rock, Arkansas are denied admission to school, Louis is forced to ask: is American equality really for all? This show is recommended for children ages 8 and older.
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The last date listed for Louis Armstrong: Jazz Ambassador was Sunday November 18, 2012 / 6:00pm.
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The show lasts approximately 60 minutes, with no intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Making Books Sing
Making Books Sing promotes children's literacy and social development through arts-in-education programs and professional theatre productions. Originally the family theatre and education program of the Tony Award-winning Vineyard Theatre, Making Books Sing is now an independent nonprofit that inspires children to grow as literate, creative and socially aware individuals.