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How I Became a Pirate

Pirate Trio final

How I Became a Pirate

 

Select Performances

February – April 2017

MST in Midtown

 

It’s time for some Pirate fun!  How I Became a Pirate, adapted from the much-loved book by Melinda Long will have performances in February, March, and April at Main Street Theater’s Midtown location at the MATCH.  Performances are February 11, March 4 & April 22 at 11am and 2pm; and SPRING BREAK: March 13 & 14 at 10:30am.

Main Street Theater offers Accommodations Performances.  March 4 has an Audio Description

opportunity available: just ask for a headset at Will Call.  April 22 at 11am is our Sensory-Friendly performance. 

April 22 at 2pm is our ASL Shadow-Interpreted performance . 

Tickets are $20 – $16, depending on section, and are available online at MainStreetTheater.com or over the phone at 713-524-6706.  All performances are in midtown at 3400 Main Street in MATCHBox 4.

Performances are also available for school groups.  Call 713.524.9196 or visit the website.

About Mockingbird       

AHOY, MATEY! When Captain Braid Beard and his crew invite Jeremy Jacob to join their voyage, it’s the swashbuckling time of his life! No vegetables or table manners, and you get to have sword fights whenever you want. But Jeremy soon misses things like getting tucked into bed, goodnight kisses and story time. A heave-ho, blow-the-man-down tale you won’t want to miss!  Recommended for Pre-Kindergarten and up.  Children under the age of 3 (including sleeping babies) are not allowed in the theater.

About the Production

               Daria Allen is the director and choreographer of How I Became a Pirate. The cast includes Phillip Brown, Joey Castorena, Michael Chiavone, Sarah Myers, Chaney Moore, and Rodrick Randall.

               The design team includes Torsten Louis (set design), Mitchell Cronin (lighting design), Kristina Hansen (costume design), Shawn W. St. John (sound design), and Mark Robbins (properties design).  Elizabeth Bess is the Production Stage Manager.

About Main Street Theater

Main Street Theater provides theater experiences for all ages.  Founded in 1975, our MainStage produces professional, intimate, literary plays for adults; our Theater for Youth produces professional, engaging productions based on children’s literature for families and school groups, both in-house and on tour around Texas; and we offer Education and Outreach programs on-site and at satellite locations around the Greater Houston area for youth aged 4 – high school.  We perform locally in 2 facilities: our Rice Village home on Times. Blvd., and as part of the MATCH (Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston) on Main Street. 

Main Street Theater is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national service organization for not-for-profit theaters, of Theatre for Young Audiences/USA (formerly ASSITEJ), the world theatre network of theatre for children and young people, and a founding member of Houston Arts Partners. Main Street Theater is funded in part by grants from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.