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Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts announced that “Sleep Squad,” a family-friendly, interactive, virtual theater experience from the Story Pirates and Tony Award-winning producer Eva Price, is available for purchase over a two-week period from March 29 through April 11.
“Sleep Squad” is a one-of-a-kind experience that leaps off the screen for performance-like, immersive family fun right at home. Featuring brand-new kid-driven comedy and music, this world-premiere production introduces a special new kind of bedtime ritual for kids ages 4-12. The imaginative on-demand show can be experienced after dinner, before bedtime, at naptime or anytime young “astronauts” feel like going on an adventure into their dreams. It can be experienced in one sitting, or each story can be enjoyed in three 15-minute segments.
Created and directed by Olivier Award nominee Jennifer Weber and Drama Desk Award nominee Lee Overtree, “Sleep Squad” stars Tony Award nominee Lilli Cooper as the Dream Queen. As pilot of the spaceship Ariem, the Dream Queen launches kids into the Slumber Galaxy on three different missions as they train to become members of the Sleep Squad, an elite group of the world’s most advanced dreamers.
“It’s a treat for us to be able to invite families with young children to experience such an inventive new virtual performance from our partners, The Story Pirates. Their story-telling is so inclusive for all ages,” the Wallis’ Artistic Director Paul Crewes said.
“Sleep Squad” is available video only at $19 per household for repeated viewing over the two-week period. A $34 package includes the official “Sleep Squad” Dreamtime Travel Kit that includes a dream journal, sleep mask, stickers and a star projector.
“Sleep Squad” can be viewed on desktop and mobile computer web browsers, as well as on iOs and Android devices. Viewing period begins at time of purchase.
For information and to purchase tickets, visit thewallis.org/Sleep.
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