THREE CAT EDUCATION ANNOUNCES SPRING PRODUCTION, THE MAGIC GAMES AND OTHER STORYBOOK STUFF

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THREE CAT EDUCATION ANNOUNCES SPRING PRODUCTION, THE MAGIC GAMES AND OTHER STORYBOOK STUFF

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(Chicago, IL) Three Cat Education, the education arm of Three Cat Productions, has announced its Spring 2013 production, The Magic Games And Other Storybook Stuff.  The story was conceived and the script written by its cast of five children from 2nd through 5th grades.  The final productions will be performed on May 18th and 19th at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Berger Park Coach House Theater at 6205 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60660.  Tickets will be available for $15.00 for adults, and the performance will be free for children aged 12 and under

Inspired by the children’s story The Stinky Cheese Man, the cast devised their own  “Fractured Fairytale” using elements from popular children’s stories and fairytales such as Jack and the Giant Beanstalk, Peter Pan, and The Wizard of Oz.  Their play follows Jack as he clashes with his mother over the sale of his beloved cow, Pep & Company collecting magical items, and a gang of villains conspiring to force a competition of Magic Games upon them.

Tickets and more information are available online at www.threecatproductions.com, by emailing jsmith@threecatproductions.com or by calling (312) 970-9840.

Three Cat Education will also be running summer theater camps for Kids and Teens from June 17 to August 16.   Three Cat Productions’ mainstage season includes the Chicago New Work Festival, running until May 18;  Bab Fab, the 6th Annual Barbra Streisand Birthday Concert on April 20;  SOLO Chicago, a showcase for individual performances running June 5 – 15; and Cabaret on the Lake, Fridays in June and July.

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Three Cat Productions was founded in 2007 with a mission to create connections between theater, music, audience and artists through the production of cabaret concerts, contemporary musicals and plays, the re-invention of classic work, the development of new works and new artists, and by creating educational and outreach opportunities for the Chicagoland community. Visit the web site at www.threecatproductions.com.