News: Online Interactive Family Comedy "Show Up, Kids! Online Live!” April 15-18 at 4pm EST

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Peter Michael Marino is bringing his popular stage show Show Up, Kids! to your computer in Show Up, Kids! Online Live!, with live, interactive performances from April 15-18 at 4:00 p.m. EST. Kids from all over the world will feel like they're a part of this groundbreaking interactive live event as they hear their names, offer story suggestions, and are called on to help Pete to put on a real live show. 

This interactive, semi-improvised family show for kids 3-10 years old puts a wildly comedic twist on the traditional kids’ show. When the main attraction doesn’t show up, Pete enlists the help of the kids to provide prompts and control everything from plot to props, characters to costumes, and settings to sound in a one-of-a-kind, 50-minute laugh-fest.

Says Pete, “As soon as lockdown began, we began adapting the show for the screen so it would replicate the same interactive, communal feeling of the stage show. In this digital version, the kids get to see and hear other kids from all over, while still being part of creating a show. During these challenging times, I felt it was vital for kids to connect with other kids, and to get a little lesson in using their imagination to create their own story worlds using regular items in their own homes."

WHAT: Show Up, Kids!

WHO: By Peter Michael Marino & the kids
Directed by Michole Biancosino & the kids
Music by Michael Andrew

4:00 p.m. EST Wednesday, April 15
4:00 p.m. EST Thursday, April 16
4:00 p.m. EST Friday, April 17
4:00 p.m. EST Saturday, April 18
WHERE: Your computer or tablet (phones not recommended)

HOW MUCH: All tickets $12 for each device.

AGES: 3-10

RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes

IMPORTANT NOTE: All adults must be accompanied by a child unless pre-approved by Marino. Safety is our number one interest. Zoom links and passwords will be sent to only ticket buyers one hour before the show.


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