Tuesday, November 12, 2013

5 Reasons to Watch Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer at The Center for Puppetry Arts

Back by popular demand! Rudolph soars back into town for this faithful adaptation of the wonderful holiday tradition that speaks to the misfit in all of us. 


Based on the beloved 1964 stop-motion animated special, Rudolph and his friends  (including Hermey the elf, Yukon Corneilus and the Abominable Snow Monster) take the stage in what the Atlanta Journal Constitution describes as a “holly-jolly holiday adventure for theater-goers of all ages.”

If you have never seen this  show at the Center for Puppetry Arts here's our top 5 reasons you should take your kids to watch it:

  1. A lesson of acceptance: The story teaches children to celebrate those traits that makes them unique and special and gives them an valuable lesson about how differences should not be condemned or hated, but accepted.

  2. Be you: It shows kids how to live a happy life and stay true of themselves.

  3. It teaches children about self-respect and having compassion for others. 
  4. Shows kids to never judge a book by its cover. First impressions of people can often lead to misunderstandings and unfair treatment of others. The story of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer help kids reflect on diversity, the importance of appreciating similarities, and the necessity for more tolerance when it comes to our differences.

  5. It gives kids a valuable lesson about how we should never lose hope and fight for what they want in life.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
runs November 7 – December 29, 2013

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