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Vashon Allied Arts Family Series 2014

Entertaining and engaging 
shows for the whole family
Family Series 2014 welcomes an exciting lineup of entertaining and engaging shows to the VAA stage. All three  performances will appeal to families and their children in grades K-5 and include interactive components with audience participation.

On January 18, Broadway Center for the Performing Arts invites children to join in an American story with Becoming Bridges, a multimedia theatrical journey that brings the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Langston Hughes and many other influential authors, poets, activists and human rights pioneers to life. This performance includes music, songs, video elements and a post-show question and answer session.

Caspar Babypants will play clever and quirky music for all ages on February 8, featuring songs from his new album, Baby Beatles! 
Many parents of the ‘90s nostalgically know Caspar Babypants as Chris Ballew from Seattle’s alt-rock group The Presidents of the United States of America. This performance is sure to be a hit for both young and older audiences.


Finally, on March 8, families can travel along with young protagonist Milo on his imaginative journey in The Phantom Tollboth. Book-It Repertory Theatre’s adaptation of Norton Juster’s novel inspires an interactive relationship between audiences and literature, and presents a fun and engaging portrayal of a favorite childhood classic.
Vashon Allied Arts recently surveyed families to ask what
they want out of the Family Series experience. Thank you to the many families who participated – your input was taken into consideration when selecting and scheduling this season’s performances. Each upcoming show will be on Saturday with a curtain time of 10:30 am. VAA would also like to thank our sponsors, 4Culture, Artsfund, R.O. Enterprises, Inc. and Vashon Thriftway, whose support makes it possible to keep our ticket prices affordable for families to attend quality, professional performances.