Your kids can explore the culture and arts of France right here in NYC!
Broken Box Mime Theater uses the art of mime to tell contemporary stories that go beyond words. With this performance, they’re digging into mime’s French roots, channeling the spirit of Marcel Marceau, and presenting a special edition of their hit show Destination: Everywhere for Tilt Kids Festival.
With a speaking host to guide even the youngest theater-goers, this hour-long collection of stories told through movement and music includes a tale of an unlikely friendship with a giant, the troubles of a superhero on date night, and an out-of-this-world French cultural adventure that won't be complete without the audience's help
Billy Martin & The Tilt Brass Band: Stridulations for the Good Luck Feast
WHEN: Sunday, March 18 at 1pm
WHERE: ISSUE Project Room, 22 Boerum Place (at Livingston Street), Brooklyn
LENGTH: 90 minutes
Tilt Kids Festival 2018 closes with a bang at Issue Project Room! Families are invited to get loud in this interactive performance led by some of Brooklyn’s leading experimental musicians.
Drummer and educator Billy Martin will lead the first-ever kids’ performance of his legendary piece, Stridulations for the Good Luck Feast. In this cooperative musical game, the audience and band are on the same team with the ultimate objective: making music.
Families build their own instruments from bamboo sticks, woodblocks, and recycled bottles, and learn about making music, connecting with others, and how to communicate using sound.
For more information visit tiltkidsfestival.org.
Main Image via Tilt Kids Festival website