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BAMKids Movie Matinees screens ‘Charlotte’s Web’ at Brooklyn Academy of Music

‘Charlotte’s Web’ comes to BAMKids

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Charlotte drops her web at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sept. 21 with a special viewing of “Charlotte’s Web.”

Children of all ages will enjoy a screening of “Charlotte’s Web,” based on the classic children’s book by EB White. It tells the tale of a very smart spider named Charlotte, who helps out Wilbur the pig to avoid being slaughtered, and teaches the value of friendship.

As part of Brooklyn Academy’s new film series, BAMKids Movie Matinees, both the 1973 animated film featuring the voice of Debbie Reynolds as Charlotte and the 2006 film directed by Gary Winick — starring Dakota Fanning as Fern, and the voice of Dominic Scott Kay as Wilbur — will be shown simultaneously.

“Charlotte’s Web” on Sept. 21 at 11 am. Tickets are $7 for children and $9 for adults.

BAM Kids Peter Jay Sharp Building [30 Lafayette Ave. and Ashland Place in Fort Greene, (718) 636–4129; www.bam.org].

Posted 12:00 am, September 10, 2013
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