In this immersive and musical storytelling adventure presenting the tale that has become an Israeli classic, a brave little child sets off to find the Heart of Gold Flower - a magical flower that could make beloved Ima well again if she smelled it. Children enter the world of the story through song, movement and theatrical explorations.
Play Me a Story will invite families to enjoy the playful Purim spirit with a bilingual Hebrew-English version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! In this Americana-style folk tale, we follow the wonderful adventures of young Dorothy Gale and her dog, Toto, as their Kansas house is swept away by a cyclone and they find themselves in a strange land called Oz. Children will act out the story with handmade costumes and live dance and songs! For more information please click here
Follow Hershel on a musical journey as he saves Hanukkah by outwitting the goblins that haunt the old synagogue. Play Me a Story will invite children to act out the colorful characters with handmade costumes and live, klezmer-style dance and songs! Pause/Play event begins at 2pm a the 14th Street Y.
Follow Hershel on a musical journey as he saves Hanukkah by outwitting the goblins that haunt the old synagogue. In conjunction with the performance, enjoy an art activity and family mini-tour of the Museum's collection of menorahs. For ages 4 to 8, siblings welcome. For more event information please click here.
Told in a special version for Shabbat, with all elements from the kitchen (pots, pans, ladles, etc.) as the music, this story tells how a beggar tricks a village into giving him some food and teaches them a lesson in cooperation amid scarcity. The performance is part of the Pause/Play event and will begin at 3:30pm. For more event information please click here.
Told with all elements from the kitchen (pots, pans, ladles, spoons, etc.) as the music, in the story ofStone Soup, strangers trick a starving town into giving them some food and teach them a lesson in cooperation amid scarcity.The show is part of the Hudson Eats Saturday Morning Show events. Click here for more information.
Play Me a Story will inspire love and appreciation for Nature in interactive musical performances of The Hatseller and the Squirrels and The Magic Sunfish customized especially for Central Park! The children will act out the characters with hand-made props and costumes, magical sounds from the forest, and original rhythmic music. Check out the event information for June 27 and June 28. Looking forward to see you there!
Spark the magic of Hanukkah in an interactive musical storytelling performance of Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins! Play Me a Story will invite children to act out the colorful characters with handmade costumes and live, klezmer-style dance and songs!
Join us in this outdoor festival featuring Play Me a Story's African version of The Hatseller and the Monkeys! Children will be invited to act out the forest creatures, and sing and dance to original African-style music! For more information, follow the link.
Join us in this multicultural outdoor festival featuring Play Me a Story's Jewish version of The Hatseller and the Monkeys! Children will be invited to act out the forest creatures, and sing and dance to original Klezmer-style music!
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See You Soon
Thank you for checking out our events! We hope you join in on the fun. We look forward to sharing the magic and music of our stories with you!
14 Street Y
92nd Street Y
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The Caedmon School
Ecole Internationale de New York The Montessori Family School
The Luria Academy
Children’s Museum of East End
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Little Red Lighthouse Festival
Art Farm in the City
Stuyvesant Heights Montessori
Rodeph Sholom School
Central Park Conservancy
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue Early Childhood Center
Chabad of the West 60’s
Morningside Montessori School
Hannah Senesh Community Day
Congregation Shaare Zedek
Congregation B’nai Jeshurun
St. Joseph’s School
Jewish Community Project
Children’s Aid Society
Barrow Street Nursery School at the Greenwich House
The Museum of Jewish Heritage