Fable Festival How to Survive A Fairytale @ Senn High School Auditorium · May 18, 2012

A.C.T. Out with NPN

Lifeline Theatre presents  "How to Survive a Fairy Tale" on Friday, May 18, 4:30pm, at Senn High School Auditorium (5900 N. Glenwood Avenue).

Even though his dad is a frog and his mom claims to be a princess, Jack grew up in a house without fairy tales. So when he is thrust into a mysterious forest, threatened by bears and witches and trolls, he must find a way to survive without any knowledge of the "rules" of traditional folktales.  Recommended for children 5 and up

NPN PERK! Discounted tickets for $5 (normally $7).    

 PLUS:

Terrence Mosley in Association with Onus Theatre Company presents "Moontower" on Friday, May 18th, 5:30pm, at Senn High School Studio (5900 N. Glenwood Avenue), by Cedric Jonathan Mays, with Terrence Mosley.

A young boy dreams of a beautiful girl in a moontower.  Believing that she is his enchanted love, he goes on a quest to find her.  With the help of a few friends along the way he may be able to see his dream come alive.  A Black American Folk Tale about 25 minutes in length.  Recommended for children 8 and up. NPN PERK- discounted tickets for $5 (normally $7).

Tickets can be purchased at www.fablefestival.org using the promo code NPNFable for the discounted tickets. Click on "tickets" and once you get to ovation tix enter NPNFable (with those capitalizations).  Once the code is entered, the $5 ticket option pops up for the Friday shows.  

Location: Senn High School Auditorium
Address: 5900 N. Glenwood Avenue
Chicago, 60660
When: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM · May 18, 2012
Who: Members & Non-Members - Children welcome
Parking:

Street parking

Cost: $5.00
RSVP:

Purchase tickets at  www.fablefestival.org

Coordinator: Jay Annadurai
Email: jay@npnparents.org
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