The Inner Workings of the Theater

January, 25, 2020

The historic Shea’s Performing Arts Center has long been a destination for patrons of the arts, who come to see established plays and new productions being groomed for Broadway debuts. Now, I get to show viewers what it takes to put on these productions, events, and projects. Here’s a look at an exclusive story in my news series, Curtain Up With Katherine. This one focuses on Shea’s community outreach program, which teaches young children about the arts and important lessons in life.

  1. Mafalda says:

    Oh dear, I used to read The Rainbow Fish in French to my twin daughters when they were younger. They also loved the Very Hungry Caterpillar which I read them in English and another one with a sister and her young brother who had lost his furry toy and they took a glittery boat to travel to Dream Land in order to find it. What a wonderful event and initiative, this should be done more often in public libraries and in different languages, because there are lots of different nationalities in France and Montpellier.
    Thanks for sharing, it reminds me of wonderful times I spent reading books to my kids.


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