The American Pops Orchestra will kick off the New Year with another one-of-its-kind performance for kids and kids at heart. APO’s The Pied Piper will add a musical element to the classic story by placing the Piper in a town where music and dancing aren’t allowed. Piper, reimagined as a woman in this production, will have a tricky time convincing the locals that music can solve their rat problem, but if they keep their promise of a hefty reward, things just might work out!
The performance will spotlight outstanding actors from around our region. Featuring songs that we all know and love, including “9 to 5,” “Think,” “I Put a Spell on You,” and “I Wanna Dance with Somebody.”
The show is perfect for pre-K through fifth grade students — and adults will love it, too. APO brings fun, engaging activities for the whole family!
The Pied Piper performances are on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at 11am and 2pm at Arena Stage (1101 6th Street SW, WDC). Tickets are $17/child, $32/adult, and they make for perfect holiday gifts! They are available for purchase online, and of course, you can also enter the giveaway below for a chance to win a pair.
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Giveaway: For a chance to win a pair of tickets to see the American Pops Orchestra’s “The Pied Piper” on January 18, 2020, simply leave a comment below letting me know the best holiday gift you’ve ever received. Get an extra chance to win by entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook Page, too. This giveaway will run through Friday, January 3, 2020, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
27 Responses to Giveaway: American Pops Orchestra Presents “The Pied Piper” this Winter!
Best holiday gift: tickets to a broadway show
A lego creation my grandson built just for me
Best present was a castle for my dolls when i was 9! I wanted it so badly and it was all put together when I came down Christmas morning from Santa🎅🏻😁
A red bicycle!
I love all the surprise Christmas gifts my daughter comes home with from school.
Photo album of my kids and gifts they have made me.
Best gift was the year my sisters surprised me with a tree they went out and got on Xmas eve after my parents said they didn’t want a tree that year
The best gift in recent memory was my mother-in-law taking care of the kids so my husband and I could have a night to ourselves 🙂
A Nintendo 64 when I was a kid!
My kid came right before Christmas! Best gift ever!
My favorite gifts are always the homemade ones from my kids
My favorite holiday gift is earrings from my girls. I get to wear them all year long, and they are always excited when I wear the ones they gave me
My kid! Best present ever!
A show at the Kennedy Center
Early 1980s … my silver metal walkman cassette player 🙂
My December baby!
A waffle maker! A Sunday morning waffle while in my pajamas is awesome.
when I turned 10 years old (1989), a Nintendo with the Duck Hunt zapper gun.
When my whole parents and sisters arrived from abroad on Christmas day as a surprised !!!
A ring that Santa left for me when I was in 5th grade.
Best holiday gift was a trip to Disney!
My five year old daughter! She was born 3 weeks early on Christmas Eve 🙂
My great aunt bought me the les mis cassette soundtrack when I was like 8. Still have it!
Any artwork from my son!