... Vacation Daze Performances
Holiday Vacation Daze
A different performer every day, with two shows each day. A great selection of family-oriented cultural entertainment during the Holiday Break. Tickets are $15 at the door with a discount if you purchase at least a day in advance.
Saturday, Dec. 27 at 11:am and 3:pm
One of the region’s most renowned magicians, and honored as Magician of the Year by the Society of American Magicians. He does everything from close-up magic that perfect for our intimate theatre, to larger tricks designed to amaze even the most skeptical audience
Airborne Jugglers — Sunday, December 28 – 11am & 3pm
World class performers Joe Murray and Susan Kirby have travelled the globe entertaining audiences for over 20 years. Highlights of their professional career include performances in Japan, Europe, The Bahamas, Aruba, and The Cayman Islands. Appearances at: The Kennedy Center, Los Angeles Olympics, Special Olympics World Games and entertaining U.S. Military Troops at home and abroad
Gravity defying fun, virtuoso juggling and comedy with a twist. Entertaining both children and adults. They have in their possession BALLS, CLUBS, RINGS and other APPARATUS-OF-THE-TRADE.
The Airborne Jugglers are known to involve innocent bystanders in their act.
Dec. 29 at 10:am and 1:pm
Working at break-neck speed, the multi-talented performers of the The Fourth Wall combine music, theatre, and dance in this sprint-triathlon variety show. The audience chooses the show order by picking cards from a deck and even determine parameters for some pieces created on the spot. Every performance is unique! As the onstage timer ticks down, The Fourth Wall will blow your mind with tricks, bust your gut with laughter, and maybe even bring a tear to your eye with beautiful music.
Dec. 30 at 10:am and 1:pm
Hiawatha is portrayed as a curious young boy who decides to disobey his grandmother and seek a vision, alone, in the forest. There he finds a sacred cave and enters a magical world full of talking animals and fantastic spirits! He meets a wise Mohawk, The Peacemaker, who teaches him a wonderful lesson. At last, with the help of his friends Bear and Turtle, Hiawatha discovers the pathway he must follow to become a great man!
Steamer No.10 Theatre, Inc. is a small, 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. We have a full time staff of one, and 5-7 part-time actors, teachers, directors, designers, whatever job needs doing. We earn more than 65% of our $200,000 budget; however we still need to raise that other $70,000. Please become a member of the Steamer No.10 family as we move on toward a fantastic season of family oriented cultural entertainment.
We have launched our 2014 – 2015 season and here is an overview of what we have planned:
- six family oriented productions using professional actors are planned for 60 to 70 performances;
- we’re bringing in fifteen different artists for kids with our Vacation Daze series for 35 to 40 performances;
- we host Theater Voices for free staged readings of four shows for 16 performances;
- and the Eclectic Series will feature at least 10 different artists who will both entertain and challenge our adult audience.
- our theatre arts school – C.A.S.T. – Creative Arts at Steamer Ten – offers classes and produces shows for students 8-18. This year we will produce three C.A.S.T. shows – produced entirely by students, plus two C.A.S.T./Kids Fare shows where students work with professional actors.
This past year we offered more than 150 performances, 400 classes/rehearsals with our students, community meetings, a day-long street fair to promote the neighborhood and other events. We don’t simply pinch pennies, we make sure every one of them is spent in a way that serves our mission of introducing children and families to live theatre.
Steamer No.10 is the Capital Region’s Children’s Theatre, the place where kids are introduced to the performing arts. Please become a member of the Steamer No.10 family as we move toward a fantastic season of family oriented cultural entertainment.