“Three Little Kittens” invites children to E.E. Bass Auditorium
“Birmingham Children’s Theatre at Bass ”
“The Three Little Kittens, they lost their mittens, and they began to cry!” Their will be Music, Mischief and Missing Kittens at E. E. Bass Auditorium when Delta Children’s Museum presents The Birmingham Children’s Theatre’s production of “The Three Little Kittens” on Tuesday, March 19 at 9:00 and 11:00 am in Jake and Freida Stein Hall in E. E. Bass Cultural Arts Center in Greenville. Tickets are $5 each with teachers and aids admitted free. Delta Children’s Museum President, Judy Long said “teachers, students, home-schoolers, and members of our community should take advantage of this unique learning opportunity.”
This is the fourth and final project of the Delta Children’s Museum 2018-2019 season. The program is made possible through a grant from Monsanto Company, the corporate sponsor which will provide scholarships for 350 children from the public schools to attend the project. Also a grant has been received from the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two which will provide 400 scholarships for students to attend from the public schools. Grants were also received from the Steve Azar St. Cecilia Foundation, Mississippi Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Three Little Kittens was written by Jean Pearce and music was written by Jay Tumminello. Audiences are invited to join Katie Sue, Purr, Tuffy, and Wiskers on their search for the lost items. The program teaches children that any problem can be solved with a little bit of thinking. The Birmingham Children’s Theatre exists to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of children through the magic of professional theatre.
Reservations must be made in advance by calling the Greenville Arts Council at (662) 332-2246.
The program is age appropriate for Pre K thru 3rd grade. All teachers in the private, public and parochial schools have received advance notice so that teachers can make reservations and take advantage of this educational opportunity. For additional information, call Dr. Lee Engel at (662) 378-8645.