You are invited to El Puente's 26th Annual Three Kings Day Show (Sun. 1/20/2013), a show written, produced, and performed by El Puente Teaching Artists and youth participants.
We also invite you to make a donation of any amount to support El Puente's programming, to include the 26th Annual Three Kings Day Show. Your donation will support our arts for social change programs, youth leadership centers, community wellness programs, and environmental advocacy through the El Puente Green Light District.
More about El Puente's 2013 Three Kings Day Show:
"Pa'lante Place" is an original stage presentation based on the traditional Three Kings story....with a fantastical twist! From the original story, the dynamic choreography, to the incredible puppetry and set design, this show will be fun for the whole family.
WHEN: Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013
TIME: 1pm (doors open 12p) OR 5pm (doors open 4p)
WHERE: Grand Street Campus, 850 Grand Street (@Bushwick Ave), Brooklyn 11211
There is limited seating, so RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS HERE!
Or, YOU CAN PICK UP YOUR FREE TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME at the following locations starting Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013:
• El Puente Headquarters (211 South 4th St., Wmsburg, 10am-630pm, M-F)
• El Puente Community Health & Environment Center. (289 Grand St. Wmsburg, 10a-6p)
• El Puente Bushwick Leadership Center (311 Central Ave., Bushwick, 2pm-6pm, M-F)
CHECK OUT THE BEHIND-THE-SCENES VIDEO OF EL PUENTE'S 2012 THREE KINGS DAY SHOW:
Check out press from El Puente's previous Three Kings Shows:
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Illustration: Joe Matunis
Flier artwork/design: Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez/Somos Arte
"Pa'lante Place" written & directed by Jana Lynne Umipig
This El Puente Arts presentation is supported in part by:
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
NYS Council on the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts
The Brooklyn Community Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation's Cultural Innovation Fund
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El Puente is a community human rights institution that nurtures leaders for peace and justice by engaging the community in our programs: El Puente Arts, Youth Leadership Centers, Community Wellness Programs, the El Puente Green Light District, and the El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice. Organizing in North Brooklyn and beyond, El Puente remains at the forefront of community and youth development, the arts for social change, and environmental advocacy; and as such, initiates and impacts social policy both locally and nationally.