Sun, February 9, 2020 11:45 am
Award-winning storyteller Diane Ferlatte, accompanied by Erik Pearson on banjo and guitar, take the stage for a morning of stories and songs, honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s principles & values. From 'Jim Crow' to 'This Land is Our Land', these stories & songs from the Civil Rights struggle honor Dr. King & his legacy- focusing on the themes of brotherhood, tolerance, & diversity.
About Diane Ferlatte
Ferlatte is a Grammy-nominated storyteller and a multi-award winning performer who has captivated audiences and brought excitement, joy, and enlightenment across six continents and throughout the United States with her one-woman show and storytelling performances. Along with her musician Erik Pearson, their engaging and participatory programs have been recorded and honored with not only a Grammy Nomination, but awards from Parents’ Choice, American Library Association, National Parenting Publications, iParenting Media, and more.
About BUMBLEBEE KIDS – Where Performing Arts & Families Come Together!
Bumblebee Kids mission is to present extraordinary performing arts and culture experiences that enrich, entertain, educate, and inspire young people and their families.
- To present innovative and entertaining performing arts experiences that enriches the lives of young people.
- To strengthen and engage our community through the power of the performing arts.
- To create meaningful experiences that strengthen family relationships.
- To engage and welcome audiences from the diverse segments of our community.
Show @ 11:45AM
plus Pre-event Hands-on Art Activities
Stories, Music and Songs Honoring the Legacy of MLK, Jr.
Multi-award winning storyteller Diane Ferlatte along with Erik Pearson on banjo & guitar, honor Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy through the art of stories and song. This joyful, interactive, & inspirational event brings to life themes of tolerance and diversity. Plus pre-event hands-on art project.
TICKETS - $15 / $10 (under 12)
General Admission Seating
The OMJCC is The Center for Everyone - No membership or religious affiliation required to attend or participate.
Bonus! Free Fitness & Aquatics Center Family Day Pass (1 per/family; pick up day of show). Redeemable anytime.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Enjoy pre-event hands-on art activities. The Dream of a King is an interactive, participatory show that starts at 11:45 am, and lasts about one (1) hour.
CONCESSIONS: Peet's coffee, Numi tea, hot cocoa, and a variety of snacks and baked goods available for purchase, and may be enjoyed in the theater.