The BiTSY Stage adapts international folktales into rich, family-friendly live productions. This is a wonderful way to introduce the little ones to theater. These adaptations “celebrate the things we all have in common while exploring the differences that make our world so rich.” Next up is The Necromancer’s Stone from Thursday, October 3 through Saturday, November 23.
When a boy’s uncle goes missing, he begs the Voodoo queen, Marie Laveau, for her help to rescue his favorite relative from the clutches of evil.
Along the way he discovers the most important treasure of all, but how will he pay Madame Laveau when she comes for her reckoning?
Many clerics in the Middle Ages studied necromancy as a legitimate form of education. It was believed necromancy could obtain answers from the dead that could solve real-life problems like finding missing items, identifying culprits in crimes, or even predicting the future.
Performances are Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. No performance on October 31.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to scary content, the minimum age for audience members is 8-years-old and they will not allow infants into the theater for this performance.
All performances are FREE (donations accepted). Reservations are required. You can make your reservation here. 1137 S. Huron St., Denver.