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Frog Prince Live at Galli Theater

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We love fairytales--especially live performances. Galli Theater has a new show called Frog Prince. It's an uplifting remake of the original Grimm story. And the fun doesn't end as the show wraps up. The theater group invites kids to join the after-show workshop, where they can act out their favorite fairy tale characters, and dress up in costumes.

The workshop is followed by a mini performance for the adults. Perfect for any budding stars in your family. "This play, while quite humorous, leaves audiences spellbound by the life lessons it reveals. Galli’s Frog Prince gives some new perspectives on the classic tale and encourages children to stand up for themselves, overcome self-doubts, and be courageous," said Dr. Tatjana Maya, Director of Galli Theater.


Galli's Frog Prince 

Show times: September 18, 19, 25 and 26

3 p.m. 

Galli’s midtown theater 

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38 W. 38 Street, between 5 and 6 Avenues, Manhattan


Ticket information:

Admission: Adults $20; Kids (2-17 years) $15

After show workshop: $15, $10 for siblings (new price).


Ticket Sales: 212 352-310 or online at www.gallitheaterny.com

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