The Renaissance Theatre in downtown Mansfield will host the first of its three Teddy Bear Concerts in the 2019-2020 Mechanics Bank Education Series on Sunday, November 3 at 2:30 PM.
The Spooky Old House is a humorous Halloween story, brought to life by Artistic Director Michael Thomas’s engaging musical adaptation. The performance features audience participation, interactive storytelling with local actors, and live musicians from the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra.
The location will be the Renaissance’s Theatre 166 venue (166 Park Avenue West, Mansfield). The intimate setting gives audience members the ability to sit alongside the performers. Geared to children ages 2 through 10, each Teddy Bear concert offers an interactive element as well as a relaxed environment. Small audience sizes, lights up, and low sound levels, as well as safe sensory-spaces, allow audience members with autism to be accommodated at this performance.
The remaining two Teddy Bear concerts in the 2019-20 Season are Little Red Riding Hood on February 9 and Goldilocks and the Three Bears on April 5.
Tickets are just $5 each and are on sale at the Renaissance Box Office, via phone at (419) 522-2726, and online at RenTickets.org. This performance has limited tickets available. Teddy Bear concerts are in partnership with Nationwide Children’s Hospital and with additional support from Sharon Granter and the Ohio Arts Council.
Source, Photo: Renaissance Performing Arts Association