WHEN WORDS ONCE WERE Comes to Theatre Raleigh

Theatre Raleigh's 2018-19 Family Series continues this spring with the award winning play, Where Words Once Were (March 22-April 7). Rounding out the education season is an expanded Summer Camp program that will include both one-week (ages 6-10) and two-week (ages 11-15) options, both featuring the music of Hairspray Jr.

Looking for an exciting theatre experience your child will love? Theatre Raleigh's Family Series shows offer kids an up-close view of the action, with immersive staging, relaxed seating, and lots of opportunities for engagement. Theatre Raleigh sets the stage for imaginations to run wild!

All shows are performed at the Kennedy Theatre, in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased at www.theatreraleigh.com.

Commissioned by the Kennedy Center in 2016, this award-winning play by is set in a dystopian time where language is rationed, a sentence can get you sentenced, and the silent are rising. The 70-minute show follows a young hero, Orhan, as he discovers the power of language, the value of friendship, and the cost of speaking your mind.

Suitable for ages 9 and up.
Written by Finegan Kruckemeyer Directed by Noah Putterman

Building off the success of last year's Peter Pan Jr. summer camp, Theatre Raleigh is expanding its 2019 offerings to include both one-week (July 8-12) and two-week (June 10-21) options for ages 6-10 & 11-15.

Younger campers will learn songs and dances, while older campers will rehearse and perform a full production of Hairspray Jr. onstage at the Kennedy Theatre. Campers of all ages will make lots of new friends while having a blast! Visit theatreraleigh.com/camps-classes for more information.

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