You're invited to a real Birthday Party theatre show, fit for a Queen. The Toy Museum of NY's new Off Off Broadway production of Queen Marlene's Toy Theatre is a laugh out loud, exciting new play for the entire family. Join the Queen and all her real and pretend toy friends for an original live theatrical performance of "The Birthday Party." Come join the party, dressed in your favorite costume, sing and laugh along as an active show participant. The show is 50 minutes.
Doodledeals.com says, “ For parents, there’s no hell quite like other kids’ birthday parties. Still, your tots love them, and the cake is usually good. Finally, there’s a compromise: Treat your little one to Queen Marlene’s Birthday Party, a children’s theater production at the Toy Museum of New York, where the only drama is onstage. And no gifts required! Remember how much fun you had at your first performance of Tony & Tina’s Wedding? Queen Marlene’s Birthday Party will give your kids the same thrill (without adding to their Italian slang vocab!). In its latest production, Queen Marlene’s Birthday Party, the resident Royal Highness celebrates with her coterie of real and pretend friends, and invites audience members along for the ride. The 50-minute show, which encourages audience participation, is perfect for kids 3 and up. (They’ll even play host to your child’s birthday party.) After the show, everyone breaks character to share in cake and talk about the play, toys, and other topics important to the small set.”
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The Toy Museum of NY
The Toy Museum of NY, established in 1999, is a certified 501(c)3 non-profit educational 'traveling museum' featuring touring exhibitions and educational programs. The mission is to educate the public on the importance of dolls and toys in our culture, history and art. Over 15,000 school children, parents and teachers annually enjoy the Museum's successful theatre performance, The History of Toys and their Distance Learning Program, enabling schools and senior centers from around the country to learn about toys through a video conferencing presentation.