Enter to Win Tickets to InterAct Story Theatre’s “The Hero of EVERYTHING”

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As we soar into September, InterAct Story Theatre has a new production to make the trip even more fun for children — and I have two Family 4-Packs of tickets to see it for two lucky winners!

The Hero of EVERYTHING is a fresh, fun, and interactive way for kids and families to explore the importance of teamwork and the perils of trying to do everything yourself, all by being part of the action of a superhero play for heroes of all ages. The experience of the performance begins at the top of the show, with a brainstorming session among the actors and the audience — let’s come up with some ideas for some brand new superheroes for today’s play, superheroes no one has ever seen before! — and continues after the performance with opportunities for autographs and photographs with the actors.

Parents come away with a discussion guide they can use to explore the ideas in the play with their children and continue the theatrical experience at home. Kids come away with an amazing superhero adventure, and an invitation to create some of their own to share with InterAct!

The Hero of EVERYTHING premiered as a touring production last fall and instantly became one of the company’s most popular plays, having been performed for nearly 20,000 children and adults throughout Maryland. The production also incorporates STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) learning in a fun and accessible way.

The Hero of EVERYTHING will run September 12-27 at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre located at 8641 Colesville Road in Silver Spring, MD. Performances are on Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30am and 1:30pm. Recommended for ages 4 and up, tickets are $12 (free for ages 2 and under). There is free weekend parking in the Wayne Avenue Garage (921 Wayne Avenue), a short walk from the theatre.

Giveaway: For a chance to win a Family 4-Pack of tickets to see The Hero of EVERYTHING at 11:30am on Saturday, September 12, simply leave a comment telling me your (or your child’s) super power. To be eligible, you must like InterAct Story Theatre on Facebook and subscribe to KidFriendly DC (see sign-up on left sidebar). This giveaway will run through Sunday, September 6, then two winners will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by InterAct Story Theatre, however, I only promote programs, events, and services that I truly believe in and/or think would appeal to KFDC readers.


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14 Responses to Enter to Win Tickets to InterAct Story Theatre’s “The Hero of EVERYTHING”

  1. my little boy thinks he is superman!

  2. Lynsey

    My sons super power is super hearing. Or, more specifically, the power to turn of his hearing whenever he likes so he can’t hear me asking him to do chores, homework, etc…

  3. Dedan B

    My kid’s super power is that she can befriend anything. People are just the tip of the iceberg. She’s also made pals out of animals, acorns, several playground slides (but never the twisty ones) and a parking meter. It’s pretty cool to see.

  4. Anne

    Would love to win the family pack of tickets, so here goes: My superpower is being able to balance the busy schedules of three active little boys (ages 7,5, and 1.5), a full-time career, my husband’s ever-changing shift work calendar, all the usual household chores, and the inevitable challenges that come with having aging parents, and still remembering to brush my own teeth and put on deodorant (most days!) before I leave the house in the mornings. My boys’ superpower is being able to make me smile or laugh heartily at least once every single crazy day. =-)

  5. mayra

    my daughter’s superpower is reading multiple books at once and keeping the storylines straight..

  6. Emily

    I have two sons. One of my sons is able to climb walls, trees or any other item, almost like spiderman. My other son is able to bang on anything so hard that it creates waves so powerful that it pushes away any bad guys.

    My superpower is that I can fly, but do not tell anyone as I have an alter ego as a mom with no super powers. So, this information is top secrete.

  7. Jess Belford

    My daughter, Carleigh’s, superpower is kindness.
    She says she uses this superpower to try to stop other kids from bullying.

  8. Helena Smolich

    My oldest son’s superpower is he tells me he loves me every day, without me saying it first.
    My middle son’s superpower is he makes me laugh out loud even when I want to send him to time out.
    My youngest son’s superpower is that he smiles even when he’s not feeling well.

  9. Faye

    My daughter’s superpower is talking. My son’t superpower is “banquishing” is bad guys.

  10. MiCa

    My kiddo has supersonic hearing!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  11. Patti

    My son has an amazing ability to NOT hear me

  12. Christine

    My son tells me he has super speed and super strength all the time!

  13. Sonia

    My eldest’s superpower is being intuitive while my youngest’s is finding misplaced things in a heartbeat.

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