The Broad Stage Announces 2018/19 Season

The Broad Stage Announces 2018/19 SeasonIsabella Rossellini's Link Link Circus, 7 Fingers' RÉVERSIBLE, The Reduced Shakespeare Company, Manual Cinema's Memento Mori; acclaimed jazz & blues artists Madeleine Peyroux, John Beasley, Billy Childs, The Stanley Clarke Band, Etienne Charles, Freddy Cole, Corey Harris & Guy Davis and the return of Hiromi: Solo; classical artists Vox Luminis, Olga Kern, Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Jeremy Denk, Lucia Micarelli; an Artist-in-Residence Series featuring violist Richard O'Neill; eclectic world artists Nobunto, Kinan Azmeh CityBand, Alash, Ranky Tanky and the return of David Broza; Kybele Dance Theater, Ballet Hispánico; diverse family programming featuring Pacifíco Dance Company, Aaron Nigel Smith's Family Reggae Bash, and The Story Pirates; plus partnerships with Sotheby's Institute of Art - Los Angeles, KCRW, Red Hen Press and National Geographic Live are among over 40 attractions announced for the 2018-2019 Eli & Edythe Broad Stage at The Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center season.

Executive Director Jane Deknatel said, "With our 10th Anniversary season behind us, we are looking forward to celebrating again with great artists who have been among our favorite. We are presenting the return of 7 Fingers, which was a huge hit in 2016 with Cuisine & Confessions. We've also brought back Stanley Clarke Band, the master of electric bass that blew our patrons away with his talent and commitment to fostering new artists as well as the breathtaking jazz pianist, Hiromi, in a solo program. Richard O'Neill, the gifted violist who last performed at The Broad Stage in 2017, will have the opportunity to do a deep dive into his music with a three-performance residency and audience favorite, Impro Theatre, will return with a run of their critically acclaimed Jane Austen UnScripted."

Deknatel continues, "In addition to bringing artists from all over the world, we're also presenting local artists who contribute directly to the richness of Los Angeles' cultural landscape. John Beasley, a Venice-based jazz musician will bring his MONK'estra to our venue to pay tribute to the great Thelonious Monk, and local musician jazz and classical artist, Billy Childs, will perform with his jazz chamber ensemble. Right in our backyard is Turkish-born choreographer Seda Aybay, who teaches at Santa Monica College. Her company, Kybele Dance Theater, will have their Broad Stage debut this fall."

This season's theatre offerings include legendary Isabella Rossellini's Link Link Circus, co-starring her dog Pan, which explores new scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence and emotions (January 25 - 27). The Reduced Shakespeare Company will create a new fast-paced Shakespeare play with William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged) (April 5 & 6). Innovative theater company Manuel Cinema presents Mementos Mori, an ambitious show with musicians, puppeteers and cinematic storytelling and a lively meditation on death and dying (April 12 - 14). During the holidays, The Broad Stage will present All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 a dramatic re-telling of the astounding moment in history when Allied and German forces laid down their arms to celebrate Christmas together (December 22).

The Broad Stage sustains its legacy of bringing the best jazz & blues artists to its stage with singer/songwriter and guitarist Madeleine Peyroux playing songs from her new release Anthem (September 21), John Beasley and his 15-piece big band MONK'estra, capturing the spirit of Thelonius Monk (October 12), multi-GRAMMY winner Billy Childs and his Jazz Chamber Ensemble (November 11), the return of the prolific acoustic and electric bass legend Stanley Clarke (January 19), trumpeter Etienne Charles explores Trinidadian culture just in time for Mardi Gras with Carnival: The Sound of a People (March 2), pianist and singer, Freddy Cole, plays tribute to his brother Nat King Cole on the eve of his brother's 100th birthday (March 16, 2019), two leading ambassadors of acoustic blues, Corey Harris and Guy Davis (September 28), and one of The Broad Stage's most popular jazz artists, Hiromi, returns for a solo program (April 28).

The Reverend Shawn Amos will host blackbox @ the edye featuring up-and-coming jazz & blues artists in The Broad Stage's intimate second space. The line-up includes The Reverend Shawn Amos (September 7), Billy Valentine (November 2), Mudbug Brass Band (March 1), Jennifer Keith Quartet (April 5) and Gabrielito (May 3), with future artists to be announced.

The Broad Stage will present an array of diverse classical programs celebrating the power of voice, piano and viola. Vox Luminis, a Belgian early-music ensemble, performs this rare art form (October 11). Russian -American pianist Olga Kern plays a program from Scarlatti and Beethoven to Rachmaninoff and Scriabin (February 9). One of the world's greatest chamber orchestras, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, celebrates their 60th anniversary with pianist Jeremy Denk (March 9). Korean-American violist Richard O'Neill will be The Broad Stage's artist-in-residence with three programs featuring the Ehnes Quartet, Steven Lin, and local musicians (September 8, March 3, May 26). Beethoven, Bagels & Banter, the popular classical music series in The Edye, continues with music curated by Robert Davidovici (September 23, October 21, November 18, January 13, February 17, April 7).

Lucia Micarelli, violinist, has been a featured soloist, performing with a wide variety of artists from Josh Groban to Chris Botti to Jethro Tull. She will perform an evening of music that ranges from classical, to jazz to traditional fiddle music to Americana - creating a distinct musical map (October 26).

Five eclectic concerts from all points on the globe include Nobunto with a fusion of Zimbabwean-rooted music, Afrojazz and gospel (November 10), Syrian composer Kinan Azmeh with CityBand (February 7), Alash, a trio of master throat singers from Tuva (March 8), Ranky Tanky performing the timeless music of Gullah culture (April 7) and the return of The Broad Stage favorite, Israeli artist David Broza (December 15).

Kybele Dance Theater, led by Turkish-born director/choreographer Seda Aybay, will have their Broad Stage debut (September 14). The 7 Fingers returns after their wildly-successful Cuisine & Confessions with RÉVERSIBLE, a riveting mix of dance, circus, theater, music and acrobatics (February 15 - 17). The premiere Latino dance organization in the United States, Ballet Hispánico, will celebrate Latino culture through dance (March 22 & 23).

This season, The Broad Stage continues to deepen connections with local organizations through an Arts & Lectures series, aimed at fostering discussion and community involvement surrounding the arts. Upcoming partnerships include four evenings of poetry with Red Hen Press (July 22, December 9, February 10, April 28), KCRW's Left, Right & Center (September 20) and the return of ARTISTS TALK co-presented with Sotheby's Institute of Art - Los Angeles (Date TBD).

Broad Stage favorites, Impro Theatre, will return with a run of their critically acclaimed Jane Austen UnScripted (December 14 - 23) for which it won an Ovation Award for "Best Presented Production" in 2016. The Los Angeles Times said, "Impro Theatre has evolved into a powerhouse improvisational company in full-length shows that are off-the-cuff and consistently hilarious. An indigenous Los Angeles treasure, the company should be seen - and reseen!"

Family programming will provide an opportunity for audiences of all-ages to enjoy The Broad Stage. Pacífico Dance Company, dedicated to the preservation of traditional Mexican dance will perform Mexico, de Tierra a Mar, a dance fusion extravaganza (October 20). Aaron Nigel Smith, critically acclaimed reggae artist will encourage the whole family to sing, dance and play together with his Family Reggae Bash (February 23). The Story Pirates return with This Show is Missing! an interactive show celebrating the release of their latest book (March 30).

The Broad Stage's partnership with National Geographic continues with Nat Geo Live presenting four programs: Social by Nature with photographer, Ronan Donavan (October 4 & 5), Into the Arctic Kingdom with photographer, Florian Schulz (December 13 & 14), Point of No Return with mountaineer, Hilaree Nelson O'Neill (February 28 & March 1) and Wild Seas, Secret Shores with photographer, Thomas Peschak (April 25 & 26).

The Eli & Edythe Broad Stage is located at 1310 11th St. Santa Monica, CA 90401. For ticket and subscription information, visit www.thebroadstage.org or call (310) 434-3200.

Beethoven, Bagels & Banter made possible by a generous gift from Barbara Herman; Jazz & Blues at The Broad Stage made possible by a generous gift from Richard and Lisa Kendall; Family Programming at The Broad Stage series made possible in part by the generous support of the City of Santa Monica, the Santa Monica Arts Commission, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

The Eli & Edythe Broad Stage at The Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center
Events for the 2018-2019 season

Theatre

Link Link Circus
Isabella Rossellini
January 25 - 27, 2019
The legendary Isabella Rossellini and her dog, Pan, take to the stage to address the newest scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence and emotions. Isabella will transform herself into Aristotle, René Descartes, a medieval theologian, Harvard Professor F.S. Skinner and Charles Darwin, all discussing the essence of human beings and what distinguishes us from the "brutes."

The Reduced Shakespeare Company
William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged)
Written and Directed by Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor
April 5 & 6, 2019
In this "tale told by idiots," The Reduced Shakespeare Company weaves all of The Bard's famous characters, greatest lines and magnificent speeches into a brand new Shakespearean smorgasbord. William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged) is a comic misadventure that will feel strangely familiar yet excitingly new.
Contains occasional bawdy language and mild innuendo. Recommended for ages 13 and up.

Manuel Cinema's Mementos Mori
April 12 - 14, 2019
Mementos Mori is a lively, beguiling meditation on death and dying. In Manual Cinema's most ambitious show to date, a cast of six puppeteers use hundreds of paper puppets, seven overhead projectors, two cameras and three screens to create a live "movie" in front of the audience. Accompanied by four musicians and live sound effects, the result is a rich mosaic of cinematic storytelling, all performed live with puppets.

Impro Theatre's Jane Austen UnScripted
In the Edye
December 14 - 23, 2018
A beloved Broad Stage tradition, Impro Theatre's Jane Austen UnScripted features completely improvised, full-length plays in the style of one of the world's greatest writers. Experience the company's razor-sharp wit as the performers start with audience suggestions and deftly create a world of love-struck girls, brooding noblemen and charming cads.

All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914
By Peter Rothstein
With musical arrangements by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach
December 22, 2018
All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 recounts an astounding moment in history when Allied and German soldiers laid down their arms to celebrate Christmas together, sharing food and drink, playing soccer, singing carols and burying each other's dead. In some places along the Western Front the truce lasted a single night and in others it endured until New Year's Day. This dramatic re-telling weaves together firsthand accounts by 30 World War I soldiers with music including patriotic tunes, trench songs and Christmas carols.

Jazz & Blues

An Evening with Madeleine Peyroux
September 21, 2018
Acclaimed singer/songwriter/guitarist Madeleine Peyroux returns to The Broad Stage, touring in support of her latest album, Anthem. With songs balancing humor, pathos and irony, while weaving a topical thread throughout, Peyroux paints a picture of the challenges that our times present for someone trying to hold on to their hope, heart and optimism in the world that we now confront

True Blues - Corey Harris & Guy Davis
September 28, 2018
Corey Harris and Guy Davis, two leading ambassadors of acoustic blues, will each perform a set then come together onstage to celebrate the extraordinary music that has shaped their multifaceted careers.

John Beasley's MONK'estra
October 12, 2018
GRAMMY- & Emmy-nominated pianist/composer John Beasley brings the smashing, 15-piece big band MONK'estra to The Broad Stage for the first time. Capturing the spirit of Thelonious Monk's singular music in fresh arrangements flavored with contemporary sounds that range from Afro-Cuban rhythms to hip-hop, critics have called it "some of the most mesmerizing big band music of recent memory."

Billy Childs' Jazz Chamber Ensemble
November 11, 2018
One of the foremost American composers of his era, pianist Billy Childs brings his unique blend of jazz and classical music to our stage. Don't miss the multi-GRAMMY Award winner's groundbreaking project merging improvisation and jazz rhythms with the orchestration and instrumentation of a traditional chamber ensemble.

The Stanley Clarke Band
January 19, 2019
After a rollicking, sold-out Broad Stage debut last season, acoustic and electric bass legend Stanley Clarke returns. Performing a stellar program including selections from his latest album, Clarke and his exuberant band of young musicians continue to dazzle with impeccable musicianship.

Etienne Charles
Carnival: The Sound of a People
March 2, 2019
Hailed by The New York Times as "an auteur" and by Jazz Times as "a daring improviser who delivers with heart-wrenching lyricism," trumpeter Etienne Charles returns to his roots to celebrate the traditions that best exemplify Trinidadian culture. Inspired by the noises heard throughout Carnival festivities, Etienne's Carnival: The Sound of a People brings the celebration to the stage.

Freddy Cole
March 16, 2019
The legendary, three-time GRAMMY-nominated pianist/singer Freddy Cole pays a can't-miss tribute to Nat King Cole on the eve of his brother's 100th birthday. Don't miss the musician The New York Times calls "the most maturely expressive male jazz singer of his generation, if not the best alive."

Hiromi: Solo
April 28, 2019
One of our most popular artists of all time returns in a solo concert for the first time since 2012. Experience her breathtaking, one-of-a-kind skillset and creative energy that encompasses and eclipses the boundaries of jazz, classical and pop parameters.

blackbox @ the edye
jazz. blues. grooves
Curated and Hosted by The Reverend Shawn Amos
The Reverend Shawn Amos invites you to the hottest new jazz scene in town! Once a month across the entire season, The Edye will be transformed into a club scene featuring up-and-coming jazz & blues artists you'll want to get to know. Each show will feature a set from The Reverend Shawn Amos and the house band.

The Reverend Shawn Amos
September 7, 2018

Billy Valentine
November 2, 2018

Mudbug Brass Band
March 1, 2019

Jennifer Keith Quintet
April 5, 2019

Gabrielito
May 3, 2019

FEATURED ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED
OCT 5, 2018 / 8:00PM
DEC 7, 2018 / 8:00PM
FEB 1, 2019 / 8:00PM

Classical

Vox Luminis
Lionel Meunier, Founder and Artistic Director
October 11, 2018
The Belgian, early-music ensemble is defined by its unity and seduces as much through the personality of each timbre as it does through the color and the uniformity of the voices. The ensemble members wholeheartedly communicate their passion for early music and love for the audience.
PROGRAM:
Luther: Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin
Schütz: Musikalische Exequien, "Funeral Mass", Op. 7
Purcell: Funeral Sentences for the Queen Mary
J.S. Bach: Jesu meine Freude

Lucia Micarelli
October 26, 2018
A superb classical musician, Lucia is recognized throughout the world for being a featured soloist with Josh Groban, Chris Botti and Jethro Tull and also for her starring role on the critically acclaimed HBO series Treme. These diverse influences all come together in an exciting evening of music that moves from classical to jazz to traditional fiddle music and Americana, while creating a musical map unlike anything heard before from a violinist-all bound together by her trademark emotional vulnerability and technical wizardry.

Olga Kern
February 9, 2019
Russian-American pianist Olga Kern is recognized as one of her generation's great artists. With her vivid stage presence, passionately confident musicianship and extraordinary technique, the striking pianist continues to captivate fans and critics alike.
PROGRAM:
Scarlatti: 3 Sonatas
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 21 in C major, Op. 53 "Waldstein"
Lee III: Window to Eternity's Threshold
Rachmaninoff: Moments Musicaux, 7 Morceaux de salon and Morceaux de fantasie
Scriabin: 2 Etudes (No. 4, Op. 42 and No. 5, Op. 42)
Balakirev: Islamey, Op. 18

Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Jeremy Denk
March 9, 2019
Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of one of the world's greatest chamber orchestras in a return. Joined by one of America's foremost pianists, Jeremy Denk, experience fresh, brilliant interpretations of the world's greatest classical music.
PROGRAM:
Albinoni: Concerto a cinque No. 5 in A minor, Op. 5
C.P.E Bach: Symphony in E-flat major, H.654
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, K. 414
Britten: Young Apollo, Op. 16
Haydn: Symphony No. 44 in E minor "Mourning"

Artists-in-Residence Series: Richard O'Neill
Our 2018/19 Artist-in-Residence, violist Richard O'Neill, returns with three dynamic programs. Featuring collaborations with such artists as the Ehnes String Quartet and Steven Lin, don't miss the Emmy Award winner, two-time GRAMMY nominee and Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient praised for his "elegant, velvety tone" (The New York Times).

Richard O'Neill with Ehnes Quartet
Homage
September 8, 2018
Schubert: String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887
Beethoven: String Quartet in C-sharp Minor, Op. 131

Richard O'Neill and Steven Lin
British Viola
March 3, 2019
Britten: Lachrymae for Viola and Piano, Op. 48
Bridge: Pensiero for Viola and Piano in F minor, H. 53
Bridge: Allegro Appassionato for Viola and Piano in B minor, H. 82
Carter: Elegy for Viola and Piano
Clarke: Sonata for Viola and Piano

Richard O'Neill and Friends
LA Masters
May 26, 2019
Stravinsky: Concertino for String Quartet
Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 3, Op. 30
Brahms: Quintet for Piano and Strings Op. 34

Beethoven, Bagels & Banter
In The Edye
September 23, 2018
October 21, 2018
November 18, 2018
January 13, 2019
February 17, 2019
April 7, 2019
This popular series returns to satisfy your classical music cravings. Curated by Robert Davidovici, winner of the Naumburg Competition and the Carnegie Hall International American Music Violin Competition, and featuring a mélange of world-class guest musicians, Beethoven, Bagels & Banter is the perfect way to spend a Sunday morning: with great music, lively conversation and freshly made bagels.


World

Nobuntu
November 10, 2018
Experience a new generation of young, female singers who celebrate and preserve the beauty of their culture and heritage through art. The a capella ensemble fuses traditional Zimbabwean rooted music, Afrojazz, gospel and crossover, transcending racial, tribal, religious, gender and economic boundaries.

David Broza & Friends
December 15, 2018
One of our most beloved holiday traditions, singer/guitarist David Broza returns to dazzle with his unique blend of Israeli and Spanish-infused songs. The superstar and his all-star lineup of musicians spread the universal language of peace, love and understanding.

Kinan Azmeh CityBand
February 7, 2019
Kinan Azmeh has been hailed as a "virtuoso" and "intensely soulful" by The New York Times. His utterly distinctive sound across different musical genres has gained him international recognition as a clarinetist and composer. He brings his virtuosic and high-energy CityBand to The Broad Stage for a fusion of classical, jazz and the music of his homeland, Syria.

Alash
March 8, 2019
Alash is a trio of master throat singers from Tuva, a tiny republic in the heart of Central Asia. Grounded in tradition while expanding its musical vocabulary with new ideas from the West, the ensemble and its individual members have consistently won top honors on the world's highest stages.

Ranky Tanky
April 7, 2019
The high-spirited Ranky Tanky quintet performs timeless music of Gullah culture born in the southeastern Sea Island region of the United States. From playful game songs to ecstatic shouts, from heartbreaking spirituals to delicate lullabies, these contemporary artists revive a "Heartland of American Music" born in their own backyards.


Dance

Kybele Dance Theater
Artistic Director / Choreographer Seda Aybay
September 14, 2018
Kybele Dance Theatre is dedicated to building bridges between cultures and genders while creating a multicultural perspective through contemporary dance. Turkish-born Seda Aybay's choreography showcases the power of storytelling by mixing gestures with accents of technique while drawing upon her Turkish heritage to create innovative works that stretch the boundaries of modern dance while infusing a global perspective.

The 7 Fingers RÉVERSIBLE
February 15 - 17, 2019
Through a unique, riveting mix of theatre, circus, dance, music and acrobatics, RÉVERSIBLE is dedicated to a generation who forged the world we live in today and whose stories might hold the key to a better tomorrow. From the company who brought you Cuisine & Confessions, be prepared for the best in contemporary circus: moments of pure grace yielding to rushes of adrenaline as a cast of multi-talented performers travel through time and space. Be part of a vibrant journey that will give you goosebumps and a peek through the keyhole at a reversible world, where everyday life is turned upside down into new, spectacular universes filled with beauty, emotion and hope.

Ballet Hispánico
March 22 & 23, 2019
The premier Latino dance organization in the United States brings individuals and communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures through dance. Whether dancing on stage, in school or in the street, Ballet Hispánico creates a space where few institutions break ground.


Arts & Lectures

Red Hen Press: At the Kitchen Table with Rinde and Ellen
In The East Wing
July 22, 2018
The theatre of Ellen McLaughlin of Angels in America and Rinde Eckert, known for his Kennedy Center performances and his acting out of little men with big ideas, juxtaposed with the poetry of Edoardo Ponti and Allison Joseph carries the viewer into a spin of story floating between the poetic and the theatrical.

Red Hen Press: An Evening of Poetry and Performance
In The Edye
December 9, 2018
The spiritual depth of Morten Lauridsen's music lifts us to the sacred. This music, in conversation with the lyric poetry of Amber Flora Thomas and the work of California State Poet Laureate Dana Gioia and poet Peggy Shumaker, will make for a thrilling venture into the radiant beauty of soul language.

Red Hen Press Presents: The Fool in the World
In The Edye
February 10, 2019
Composer Sophia Serghi and writer Nancy Schoenberger combine to present a multi-art performance piece comprising original music, poetry and art work, inspired by the imagery of the 22 cards of the Tarot's Major Arcana. This piece is presented in conversation with the narrative poetry of Judy Grahn and Brynn Saito.

Red Hen Press: The Figure of Orpheus in Poetry and Performance
In The Edye
April 28, 2019

ARTISTS TALK
Presented by The Broad Stage and Sotheby's Institute of Art - Los Angeles
Dates TBD
The series of talks with influential California-based artists returns to explore the living legacy of Los Angeles' vibrant contemporary art scene. The artists speak to their work, process, histories and lives, addressing the significance and specificity of L.A. as a creative context for their work.

KCRW's Left, Right & Center
September 20, 2018
Left, Right & Center is KCRW's radio show/podcast for people on both sides of the political aisle, and everywhere in between. Join us for a live taping hosted by our Center, Josh Barro, as he brings together experts and top thinkers on the Left and Right for a civilized, yet provocative look at the day's news, politics and pop culture.

National Geographic Live

Social by Nature
Ray Donovan, Photgrapher
October 4 & 5, 2018
Join biologist-turned-photographer Ronan Donovan as he talks about the incredible similarities we humans share with other social mammals in the animal kingdom, and what we can learn from them.

Into the Arctic Kingdom
Florian Schulz, Photographer
December 13 & 14, 2018
Despite the Arctic's reputation as a barren wasteland, award-winning photographer Florian Schulz discovered a vibrant ecosystem-including playful polar bears, mysterious musk ox and a herd of thousands of caribou-over the course of 34 months in the high arctic. To the German explorer, it was a quest for an uncharted wilderness that stands in contrast to an otherwise ever more populated and industrialized world.

Point of No Return
Hilaree Nelson O'Neill, Mountaineer
February 28 & March 1, 2019
In the fall of 2014, a National Geographic team set out on what they knew would be a harrowing journey to the summit of Burma's Hkakabo Razi, to determine if it is indeed Southeast Asia's highest point. Leader Hilaree Nelson O'Neill recounts the tough decisions she had to make to keep the team together, accompanied by photographer Cory Richard's dramatic stills and clips from Renan Ozturk's searing documentary Down to Nothing.

Wild Seas, Secret Shores
Thomas Peschak, Photographer
April 25 & 26, 2019
In this talk, marine biologist-turned-National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak takes audiences around the world with his award-winning images and his engaging take on the ocean's charismatic creatures.

Family

Pacífico Dance Company
Mexico, de Tierra a Mar
October 20, 2018
Dedicated to the performance and preservation of traditional Mexican dance, Pacífíco Dance Company instills pride of heritage and promotes cultural understanding among the diverse communities of Southern California. Enjoy this dance fusion extravaganza peppered with Mexican folklore, religion and current themes.

Aaron Nigel Smith
Family Reggae Bash
February 23, 2019
For the past 15 years, Aaron Nigel Smith has worked to educate, empower and entertain youth and families around the world. Now, the critically-acclaimed reggae artist invites you and the whole family to sing, dance and play together.

The Story Pirates Present: This Show is Missing!
March 30, 2019
Grab your magnifying glasses and funny-looking, double-sided hats because a mystery is afoot at Story Pirates headquarters. We're celebrating the release of our latest book with a show... but our script has vanished! We need help from kids in the audience to get to the bottom of it. Join us after the show for a book signing with the cast!

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