The Birdcage Theatre is proud to present the "Children's Fairy-Tale Choir/Musical Theatre".
Bring your kids, and a hearty imagination! We have a few of our own skits/productions, and are open to virtually any Fairy-Tale/Childrens entertainment skit or performance of the kids choice as well, within age-appropriate guidelines of course. Sing, dance, act, even put on a sword fight as pirates, or lightsaber fights as Jedi!
For only $15 dollars per child, each participant will be able to put together a 3-4 minute performance from their favorite children's stories, as well as participate in any other acts which have room.
Sign-ups will be held on July 26th and 28th at 6:00 PM at the Birdcage Theatre, and continue through August 23 for any late-comers, for youths ages 6-18. Rehearsals will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Aug 2nd from 6:00 PM to 7:30PM, with performances on September 17th at 7:30PM, and 18th at 2:00PM.
For more information, feel free to contact us on Facebook, or contact Cat Huie directly at 650-759-8517.
Dinner Night at Shakeys' Pizza - Fundraiser
Come on down to Shakeys' Pizza in Orofille on August 10th between 5-8PM to help support the Birdcage Theatre in our fundraising efforts for the new season. We will be selling baked goods, and selling raffle tickets for various prizes at the theatre, such as free snacks, tickets, and even passports if enough tickets are sold.
We will also have information on hand for our next few events, such as the "Childrens Fairy-Tale Choir/Musical Theatre", "Romeo & Juliet", "Bird Street Dance Company", and additional fundraising efforts.
Just mention "The Birdcage Theatre" when you order, to have 20% of your meal to get donated to our efforts :)
Upcoming Auditions: THE RED LAMP
CASTING CALL: At The Birdcage Theatre.
Auditions: August 29, 30 and 31 6:30p-8:30p
3 males; ages 15-50+
3 females; ages 17-50+
A hungry tramp breaks into a house for food and recognizes a lamp which supposedly brings good luck when lighted. The son befriends the tramp, who leaves on the approach of the head of the house-- a strict maiden lady, the boy's aunt. The boy agrees to light the lamp after his aunt has gone, as a signal for the tramp to return. The daughter also agrees to use the same signal to let her lover know her aunt-- who disapproves of the match-- has left the house. The aunt herself lights the lamp as a signal to a neighbor to have tea ready. Ensuing complications are fast, furious, and unexpected.
Tickets: $12 Adults / $10 Children
Shows Run Aug 19 - 28
Doors open at 7PM Thur - Sat, 1:30PM Sunday