The Madcap Education Center is one step closer to opening its doors.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions/Madcap Puppets announced today the first Family Performance Series at the new arts education scheduled to open later this fall in Westwood.
Construction on the Center has been underway since February and is on schedule (and on budget!) to open in November. The six-show Family Performance Series is the first of many events to be announced at the much-anticipated new space.
Whole season subscriptions to the Family Performance Series – just $48 each – are available starting Monday, October 1 at 11am. Tickets to single shows go on sale October 15 and will be $10 each.
The inaugural 2018-19 Family Performance Series line-up includes:
- THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ , November 3-4
- A MADCAP CHRISTMAS CAROL, December 22-23
- RUMPELSTILKSKIN: A Puppet Musical, January 12-13
- PUPPETS KapOw!, February 2-3
- THE GREAT SPACE CAPER, March 9-10
- MR. PUNCH AND THE BABYSITTER, April 13-14
Performances are scheduled for Saturday at 11am and 1pm and Sunday at 1 and 3pm, on the dates listed. Subscribers can exchange tickets to another performance of the same show (pending ticket availability) for free. Subscribers also get the best seats at the best price. All subscriptions can be purchased over the phone at (513) 241-6550 or in person at either the Covedale Center or Warsaw Federal Incline Theater box office locations.
ABOUT THE MADCAP EDUCATION CENTER
The TriHealth Performance Hall at the Madcap Education Center is a state-of-the-art theater built with kids in mind. With only 135 seats, the space is intimate and comfortable and provides great sight-lines for audience members of any age.
The Madcap Education Center will be home to exciting life-size puppet performances, a jumping off point for show tours but also a hub for classes, camps and performing arts education opportunities – in the heart of Westwood’s revitalized business district.
The Madcap Education Center will host:
- Children’s programming in its 135-seat theater
- One-on-one vocal and instrument training in its small studio spaces
- Dance classes for a variety of skill levels in its two dance studios
- Acting and improv classes
- Puppet making and other arts/crafts classes in its art studio space
- Distance learning programming in its technology center
- Birthday parties
- Senior arts classes opportunities
- Neighborhood meetings and special events
- The new home base for Madcap Puppets touring operations
For more information about Cincinnati Landmark Productions, visit www.clpshows.org or call (513) 241-6550.
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