Electric Show Puts Childhood Fairy Tales in a New Light
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All offers for The Ugly Duckling & The Tortoise and the Hare have expired.
The last date listed for The Ugly Duckling & The Tortoise and the Hare was Sunday November 10, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Jazz historian Mark Cantor pulls from his vast collection of more than 2,500 music-related movie clips for this screening series, titled Giants of Jazz on Film. He'll be on hand to introduce and discuss rare archival footage of Golden Age jazz legends ranging from Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald to Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman and many, many more. Each evening revolves around a different theme, from clips captured at the famed Cotton Club to a look at Broadway and Hollywood's influence on jazz, and includes a light buffet and wine. Please see the full event description for the upcoming lineup. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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What a charming show! Missed the first 5 min of The Tortoise & the Hare, but that was just warm up in my opinion for the main event: The Ugly Duckling! Just adorable with plenty of humor, clever stagings (like the simple but fun pond scene where you can see both "above" and "below" water at the same time), and some "action" sequences for the little ones. Really awesome getting to see the puppeteers in their puppets/costumes at the end when they bring the lights up. Bring your kids, or a friend who's a kid (like me!). Only downsides (so minus 1 star): tickets weren't cheap, even w/the Goldstar discount, and the JCCSF charges another $8 for event parking. Consider yourself warned!
Quotes & Highlights
“The ancient art of full-body puppetry gets a magical, luminous update…Children will love the clear, fast-paced stories, each with a positive message and kid-friendly humor.” — New York Post
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