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2 Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts

Most of the Holiday Indie Gifts are still available, so check those out too!

Gift a friend a Social Media Workshop

Starting this Saturday, I’ll run interactive workshops who main aim is to to expand your audiences beyond family & friends.

Prices start at $40 and i’s a great gift for the friend who needs some help but can’t afford a publicist.

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24th ST Theatre has a phenomenal play running right now. Reviews are raving, but even more importantly, all ages connect with the story and enjoy the show together.

WALKING THE TIGHTROPE by Mike Kenny
SATURDAYS 2 & 7:30pm. NOW-MAR30
This magical play celebrates the special bond shared by grandparents and grandchildren. (Ages 6+) Purchase tickets here. More info at http://www.24thstreet.org/now-playing/

Martha Correa

My kids have learned to love the arts through programs like these. Appealing to our Latino communities thanks for introducing always something new.

Alejandra Sinay
Thank you for putting on yet another great production. My son and I are still discussing the plot lines and deeper meanings. 

Paul Vroom, Actor

My inner child and I both thank you for a wonderful production. I hope you pack the remaining houses!

Tickets range from $10-15. Use code UMBRELLA at Checkout for $2 discount.

Family 4-pack of tickets available for just $20 through Living Social.

Some Things Change, Some Things Stay the Same

One of my favorite sites reviews one of my favorite plays.

pLAywriting in the city

By Raquel Sanchez
Staff Writer

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“She looked like an ordinary woman, but inside beat the heart of a tightrope walker.” Imagine you are told your grandmother, whom you love dearly, is gone because she joined the circus to walk the tightrope. What kind of imagery does this concoct? A childlike mind might envision clowns and acrobats, cotton candy, and ice-cream cones or the wonder of that grandmother in a sparkly dress, carrying a pink umbrella while walking a tightrope. How could my grandma pass up on such a grand opportunity? But in the midst of these visions, the following thought might also emerge: How can grandma just leave me behind?

Death is a delicate topic for adults to confront, but how is it shared with children?  When a pet dies, how often have we heard parents tell their children, “Oh Miffy ran away,” or “Goldie left for the pet farm…

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Indie Holiday Gifts: Day 9

With so many independent artists, there’s a variety of unique gifts you can give. I’ll highlight one a day through the New Year!

family theater

Jan 26 – March 30

Family 4-Pack

Tickets to Walking the Tightrope

at 24th Street Theatre

Each ticket can be used for any performance of Walking the Tightrope and/or Huraclown.
Click here to claim. Only good through Dec 31: http://bit.ly/Family4Pack24thST

24th STreet Theatre introduces its new in-house company LAB24 with the West Coast premiere of British playwright Mike Kenny’s gentle, funny play.

Young Esme arrives to stay with her grandparents at the end of summer, just like she does every year. But this time, something’s different: Grandma’s not there.

This magical play, full of moments of remembered childhood,  celebrates the special bond shared by grandparents and grandchildren. The play was the first recipient of Art Council England’s Award for Playwriting for Children & Young People (Rated G – ages ^+) Purchase tickets here.

With the Family 4-Pack, you can choose 4 tickets for your family, for friends, for anyone who could use a special night out!

More information on Facebook.

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Day 1 – Holiday Gifts by Adam Emperor Southard Photography

Day 2 – HUCK FINN: The Robotic Edition & The Selling, a supernatural comedy

Day 3 – Fund an education Shakespeare Puppet Video in someone’s name

DAY 4 – The Puppet Maker’s Bones by Alisa Tangredi

Days 5&6 – LA Makerspace & The Coffee Bean 4 Kids (with special needs)

Day 7 – Emitown

Day 8 – The Ensuite Life

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