Wednesday, January 2, 2013

ACT OUT KIDS OPENING: Bud, Not Buddy at Chicago Children's Theatre #giveaway

We adore theatre and Chicago Children's Theatre is one of our all time favorites for excellent, world class, family friendly fare.   Check out Bud, Not Buddy, opening Friday, January 18th.   Tickets are on sale now.   Book ahead to guarantee seats.

Bud, Not Buddy
January 12 - February 24, 2013 
Ideal for Ages 8+
The Ruth Page Center for Arts
1016 N. Dearborn St.
Based on the Newberry winning novel by Christopher Paul Curtis, Adapted by Reginald Andre Jackson, Directed by Derrick Sanders

ChiIL out with a free family 4 pack of tickets to Bud, Not Buddy Saturday, 1/19, at 2 pm.

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    Disclaimer:  Thanks to Chicago Children's Theatre for giving us 4 tickets for our readers.

Travis Turner as Bud in Chicago Children's Theatre's Bud, Not Buddy. Credit: Margaret Strickland 

Bud, Not Buddy - the only book to win both the Newbery Award and the Coretta Scott King Author Award -  is a favorite with kids 8 and up, and at many schools, required reading for February, Black History Month.

The story follows the heartwarming, unforgettable journey of a young African-American orphan as he searches for his father. Clues kept in a suitcase lead him to adventures in Depression-era Michigan, where he finds community among a group of jazz musicians and, ultimately, an unexpected sense of home. Full of laugh-out-loud humor and wonderful characters, Bud, Not Buddy hits the high notes of jazz and sounds the deeper tones of the Great Depression. 

CCT's live stage version of Bud, Not Buddy, adapted by 
Reginald Andre Jackson, features Travis Turner as Bud, with 
Kamal Angelo Bolden (familiar to CCT audiences as Jackie Robinson in 
Jackie and Me), Sean Bolger, MyKele Callicut, Mackenzie Chinn, Cedric May, Malkia Stampley, Andre Teamer, Genevieve VenJohnson 
and Cedric Young.  

Designers are Courtney O'Neill (scenic design); William Kirkham (lighting design); Rick Sims (sound design); Christine Pascual (costume design) andNick Heggestad (prop design).

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