Take a trip to “Destination Everywhere” at the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre on March 4.
This hour-long interactive performance is just perfect for children in grades kindergarten through third and invites audiences of all ages to unplug and use the two most basic tools they possess — their bodies and imagination.
A speaking emcee helps to guide even the youngest audience members through nine original short plays set to a soundtrack of hit music. Kids will learn about creating friendships despite all odds in “Biggie & Lil,” watch the mimes try to scare each other with spooky stories in “The Sleepover,” and travel underwater, to the moon, and beyond in “Vacation Club.”
Following the performance, audience members are invited to participate in a “mini mime workshop,” where kids and parents alike will explore new ways to create, connect, and communicate by learning basic mime skills from the Broken Box ensemble.
“Destination Everywhere,” March 4, 3 pm. Tickets are $15.
Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre [502 W. 53rd St. between 10th and 11th avenues in Hell’s Kitchen, (800) 838–3006; www.broke