The bitter cold temperatures probably won’t keep many people away from the big Three Kings Day Festival on the Lower East Side tomorrow.
The annual event will be held indoors at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center and the children’s theater company, Teatro Sea, is going to try to minimize any waiting outside.
The festival, now in its 18th year, will take place from 3-5 p.m. See the Facebook invite and the flyer below for more details.
Once again this year, Teatro Sea will be hosting a big celebration of Three Kings Day.
The Lower East Side’s Latino children’s theater will welcome the Three Kings with a festival at the Clemente, 107 Suffolk St. from 3-5 p.m. There will be a free gift for the first 1,000 kids. There will be live music by Los Pleneros de la 21 and Mariachi Academy of New York as well as free food and beverages.
See Teatro Sea’s webssite for more information.
It might be a little soggy, but Suffolk Street will still feel festive this afternoon as Teatro SEA returns with its Three Kings Day celebration.
Suffolk Street, between Delancey and Rivington.
A big crowd gathered yesterday to celebrate El Dia De Los Tres Reyes Magos, Three Kings Day. The celebration outside the Clemente Soto velez Cultural Center was sponsored by Teatro Sea, the Latino theatre company.
Tomorrow is the premiere of Viva Pinocho! A Mexican Pinocchio, at the new Latino children’s theater at 107 Suffolk St. The theater is the new home base for The Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (SEA), a bilingual arts-in-education organization and Latino theater company for young audiences.
The play is suitable for all ages and all shows are in Spanish and English. Opening night will include a puppet red carpet and a ribbon cutting ceremony before the 8pm performance. Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for kids. The play runs through June 3.
New Latino Children's Theater Opening May 5
A 110-seat Latino children’s theater is opening in the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center at 107 Suffolk. The theater is the new homebase for The Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (SEA), a bilingual arts-in-education organization and Latino theater company for young audiences. The inagural season is kicking off on May 5 with “Viva Pinocho! A Mexican Pinocchio!” a retelling of the classic tale as lived by a young Mexican immigrant. The play is suitable for all ages and all shows are in Spanish and English. Opening night will include a puppet red carpet and a ribbon cutting ceremony before the 8pm performance. The play runs through June 3.
For more info visit teatrosea.org or call 212-529-1545
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center has announced it will become the official home of the highly regarded Latino Children’s Arts-in-Education organization, Teatro SEA. Teatro SEA has received grants from the Lower Manhattan Development Corp., NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs and NYC Council Memebers to go towards a major renovation of the first floor of the CSV building. They hope to open the first phase of the expansion project in January, 2011.