“Fare For All at the Mount Vernon Hotel”
Sunday, March 26th 1PM $10, $8 Members, $5 kids
A musical play both adults and kids will enjoy!
An original play with music and lyrics by Tony award winner Mark Hollmann, creator of Broadway success, “Urinetown.” The New York Times says this original musical production, “captures the romance of old New York without minimizing its hardships.” The play tells the story of life at the Mount Vernon Hotel, a popular country resort for early 19th-century New Yorkers and explores the lives of the people who visited and worked at the hotel. Feel free to either watch or participate in the play.
Call (212) 838-6878, x30
The theater/museum is located at 421 E. 61st St. (between 1st & York), and there are many restaurants nearby if you decide to have lunch or brunch afterward (including Serendipity on 60th). Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children--the targeted age group for the interactive activities is 5-10, but older children can enjoy the show as well. (No one *has* to participate in the activities but of course all are welcome!--If you do decide to come, let me know so I can keep an eye out for your kids during the interactive bits.)