Free to Be, You and Me

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Opened Jun 14, 2003
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

In 1974, Marlo Thomas had a great idea: create a show for children about identity, friendship, gender roles, and community. Challenge stereotypes to instead honor and accept diversity and uniqueness. Encourage parents to listen to their kids. She invited like-minded artists and friends Shel Silverstein, Judy Blume, Carl Reiner, and Judith Viorst, among others, to join her cause. The result? A film, album, book and stage play with enough inspiration for kids and families to last for generations. Now, Synchronicity Performance Group brings Free to Be, You and Me to 7 Stages Theatre. On Sundays at 1:00pm on June 22, June 29 and July 6, the company holds creative dramatic arts workshops for kids, centering on the ideas of gender roles and identity.

Visit the Free to Be, You and Me website:

http://www.synchrotheatre.com|www.atlanta.net/culturekids