Children's Theater Improv

February 20
10:30 am
FREE and open to the public
Bacon Free Library

We are pleased to have one of our favorite performers, Sally Cragin, back at the BFL. Her new show will have kids laughing, giggling and posing for their close – ups. We promise that the show will go on this time!

CHILDREN’S THEATRE IMPROV (age 6 and up). Theatre games, improvs, and then creating a show. We bring our costume trunks and participants will act out THEIR version of Little Red Riding Hood, Three Little Bears, Hare and Tortoise, Three Little Pigs and other stories using our collection of costumes and props and set-pieces. At the end, families can watch the show the kids produce! (75 minutes)

Weather permitting, this event will be on the lawn so feel free to bring a blanket!

*This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Bacon Free Library

Sally Cragin teaches history and writing in the ALFA program at Fitchburg State University.  She is also the author of The Astrological Elements, and Astrology on the Cusp (Llewellyn Worldwide) which have been translated and sold in a number of countries including India, Russia, Canada, British Virgin Islands, the Czech Republic and Estonia. She is a columnist for the Boston Phoenix and  arts reviews and features have appeared in the  Boston Globe, St. Louis Riverfont Times,  Yankee Magazine and many other magazines. Her short plays have been produced in New York City (Love Creek Productions), Provincetown and throughout Massachusetts. She has also worked as a script  doctor for writer/performers who have presented at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and American Repertory Theatre. She has also taught writing at Harvard Extension School, Webster University (St. Louis) and can be heard on WCRN, 830 AM.