Learn more about BOING! 2020 → https://bit.ly/BOING2020
Do you have a creative take on the meaning of BOING!?
We're looking for short videos of things going BOING! Leap off a trampoline, bounce a ball, capture some eye-popping surprise, or create a loop of your Grandma dancing the floss. Be safe, but be creative! Ask your children, see what they come up with, and send us the result.
- Upload a 5-15 sec video clip, a series of photos, or drawings of your BOING! and send via Google Drive, Dropbox, We Transfer, or email.
- Landscape / horizontal format, please.
- Original content only.
- Be creative. Use your imagination. Don’t think too hard. Just have fun. Use anything at your disposal. Just don’t hurt or break anything or anyone.
Please submit all content by Friday, June 12 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
ABOUT BOING! 2020
We’re partnering with theatre artists and musicians all over the country to bring you a FREE one-of-a-kind line-up of music, interactive performances, games, puppetry, and more!
Learn epic dance moves, meet special guests, solve a mysterious puzzle, draw a brilliant masterpiece, sing the world’s longest birthday song for all of those who have celebrated their big day sheltering-in-place, and fun for the whole family!
Headlining this Saturday Morning Must-See TV webcast is the world debut of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s newest virtual puppet show, Doll Face Has a Party!, directed by Brian Selznick, writer and illustrator of “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” and “The Houdini Box,” and the illustrator of the 20th anniversary “Harry Potter” box set.
CCT’s new virtual puppet version of “Doll Face Has a Party!” is based on the picture book written by Pam Conrad and illustrated by Selznick. It is designed and performed by Chicago theater artists Will Bishop and Grace Needlman, features music by Tuba Skinny and voice talent by James Lecesne.
Event proceeds will benefit The Red Kite Project, Chicago’s original (and internationally-known) theatrical and educational experiences for youth on the autism spectrum. Each year, Red Kite serves hundreds of children through classes, camps, productions, and school residencies, providing financial aid to over 50% of participants. Pivoting quickly when quarantine began, Red Kite transitioned online with Fly@Home programming, continuing to serve our community through live classes via Zoom, and pre-recorded content.
We hope you will join us on June 20!
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