As we soar into September, InterAct Story Theatre is bringing back a fan-favorite show to make the trip even more fun for children — and I have three Family 4-Packs of tickets to see it up for grabs!
The Hero of EVERYTHING explores the importance of teamwork and the perils of trying to do everything yourself. This action-packed interactive play is performed by three actors on stage and a whole team of superheroes in the audience, who join in to become part of the action to save the day in Citytown City.
Who needs a sidekick or a team when you can do everything yourself, and do it just the way it should be? Captain Everything loves saving the day and doesn’t need anyone’s help to do it. Sure, she has an Amazing Alliance of Superheroes, but no one minds if she just does everything herself. Or do they? What happens when everyone else gets tired of being left out of everything and quits? And what happens when Captain Everything faces something she can’t do? Can she face her fears and cooperate with her team to save Citytown City? Or will it be too late?
Parents come away from the show with activities in the playbill they can use to explore the ideas in the play. Kids come away with an amazing superhero adventure and an invitation to create adventures of their own to share.
The Hero of EVERYTHING will run at Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring, MD, September 23-October 2. Public performances are on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Recommended for ages 5 and up, tickets are $13.50 (free for ages 3 and under).
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Giveaway: For a chance to win a Family 4-Pack of tickets to see The Hero of EVERYTHING on Saturday, September 24, simply leave a comment telling me your (or your child’s) super power. Get an extra chance to win by entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook Page! This giveaway will run through Tuesday, September 20, then three winners will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
15 Responses to InterACT Story Theatre Presents “The Hero of EVERYTHING” + a Ticket Giveaway!
Making faces and weird sounds.
Making everyone around her laugh.
My daughter’s superpower is to shove all her toys under her bed when I ask her to clean her room and come out with a proud smile!
My child’s super power is eavesdropping! My 5.5 year old seems to hear everything… even through walls 😀
My superpower would be to fly. My child chose the ability to become invisible.
My daughters super power is super speed… when there’s candy involved 😉
My little guy’s superpower is imagination!
Empathy and humor ♥️
My kids make up new super powers for themselves each day. My daughter is Memory Woman – she can remember everything (it’s incredible!)
My daughter calls herself Memory Woman – she truly remembers everything (except what I just told her to do)
Perseverance. Especially when it comes to watching ants build their homes.
My child’s super power (in his own words) is seeing in the dark!
He wears a wrist band and “zaps” things like a real super hero
My kids says her superpower is napping 😴