Tickets on Sale for Children’s Theater Series at Music Pier

first_imgThe Greater Ocean City Theatre Company (OCTC) will once again present five family-friendly theatrical productions this summer.After a successful casting process, OCTC has assembled talented casts to bring to life a wide range of stories and tales. The Ocean City Music Pier will be the perfect place to let your imagination soar as creative costumes, colorful sets, exceptional talent and educational musical tunes captivate audiences each Monday at 10:30 a.m.The 2015 Children’s Theatre Series kicks off on July 6 with a hilarious and zany retelling of the classic tale “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” On July 13, OCTC provides its own spin and flair on the magical story of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Snow White would like to invite all kids to attend this production in their favorite prince or princess outfit.In a southern New Jersey premiere production, “The Perfect Dog” leaps off the pages and onto the stage on July 20. Based on the famous children’s book by actor and dog enthusiast John O’Hurley, this musical production has won over audiences around the Country.It certainly will be a good day at the Music Pier on July 27, but not for Alexander as OCTC presents “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Rounding out the season is a twist on a tale everyone knows and loves! You think you know this tale inside and out? Well, we have another side of the story to tell. Join us for the musical “The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig” on August 3.OCTC’s professional Children’s Theatre Series is under the direction of John Anker Bow with Andrew Hink as Music Director and Colleen Kreisel as Choreographer.“So many special memories will be created as kids, families, and the young at heart enjoy live family theatre at an affordable price,” said Michael Hartman, OCTC Artistic Director. “Monday mornings are my favorite part of the summer because you get to experience first hand the joy and magic theatre can bring to a kid!”All tickets are $10.For tickets to the Monday morning shows at the historic Ocean City Music Pier call 609-525-9248 or visit’s 2015 Children’s Theatre Season is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Cape May County Culture & Heritage Commission, from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.— News release from the Ocean City Theatre Companylast_img read more