Things To Do In New York During This Weekend With Kids, Nov 3rd – Nov 5th, 2017

Puppetsburg Show

Puppetsburg is interactive puppet shows for the little audiences. This show is a good integration of many elements including cultural, educational, and language which makes it very informative. To entertain the show they invite celebrity puppet guests like Michael Jackson, Ai Wei Wei, and Ru Paul. Little munchkins and adults alike will stay fit into place while watching each story. The show is broken into activities like dancing, instruments, interaction with our artisanal handmade puppets, bubble time and a new dress-up. Puppetsburg does hipster, tattooed puppet shows for kids of the age 0-3 and half-year-old ones. The show will cost $30 per day.

Enjoy a puppet show at ‘Some Good Wine’ Event Space! 13 E 8th Street, New York 10003 on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 from 10:30 am to 11:15 am.

Uncommon Sense

The Sheen Center hosts the New York premiere of Tectonic Theater Project’s production of Uncommon Sense, an innovative play about autism heralded as “funny, tragic, important, and gorgeous.” The play is written by Anushka Paris-Carter and Andy Paris. Stimulated by interviews with real people, this multimedia play reveals our huge challenges with “difference,” our need to connect, and the extent we go to for the people we love. A talkback will be conducted after the Saturday matinee performances on November 4 and a special panel conversation after the November 5 performance entitled Autism and Faith featuring Animating Hope. Kids of all ages are welcome. The entry fee starts from $69.

There is so much interaction going on at The Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker Street, New York 10012 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday , November 3, and 5, 2017 at various times.

Phone: (212) 925-2812

Skeletons…A Day of the Dead Bedtime Story

Skeletons is a comedy about a boy, Jimmy, who is dealing with the loss of his best friend, his Grandfather. His parents try everything to help Jimmy cope, but nothing works, until the eve of Day of the Dead, when his Grandfather comes back to life for just one night. Grandpa, being the great storyteller that he is, uses his skills to orchestrate an adventure where his cast of zany characters (deceased relatives) teach Jimmy many important lessons, including self-confidence, which allows him to move on without his Grandfather. Little ones are welcome to join in for a special Mask-Making Workshop, here Children will create their own Day of the Dead mask. Tickets will cost $10 for children and $20 for adults.

Skeletons…A Day of the Dead Bedtime Story is a fun show taking place at Teatro SEA, 107 Suffolk Street, Suite 202, New York 10002 on Saturday, November 4th, 2017 at 3:00 pm.

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