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Interactive Entertainment for Kids: Pip's Island Thrills in NYC

November 14, 2016 - by Griffin Miller, Theatre Editor
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Looking for fun with kids in New York? Pip's Island is new in town, offering up a unique take on interactive theatre.

pip's island interactive

Image by Thom Kaine

Sometimes a show for kids hits all the right notes: good concept (check); cool actors (check); interaction (check); fun music (check, check, check). But once in a very blue—probably cerulean or cobalt—moon comes a production aimed at children that offers all of the above and umpteen more check marks...check marks that let loose 21st-century pop culture goodies (graphic novels, web series, apps, video games, etc.) and toss in live actors, a propulsive storyline, and creative problem solving for an all-immersive theatrical experience.

Pip’s Island is about empowering children by giving experiences that will help them find the spark within,” says Rania Ajami, the female half of the brother and sister partnership that created these awesome “expeditions” for kids ages 4 to 10.

Notes her brother Rami, “Born from today’s need for children to have multi-sensorial experiences that challenge their minds, spirits, and bodies, we believe Pip’s Island is the future of kid’s entertainment...”

Of course the youngsters’ focus will be more in-the-moment as they toy with gadgets, interact with puppets, and wrangle “five powerful Sparks of energy in order to save the day!”

pip's island kid theatre

Image by Thom Kaine

Pip's Island is playing through January 8th at Skylight Modern, 537 W. 27th St., btw. Tenth and Eleventh Aves. For info and tickets visit pipsisland.com.

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