“The Little Mermaid JR” performances

May 17-19, 2024

Freeport LNG Theater

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Brazosport Center Stages is proud to present the Penguin Project production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR, May 17-19! Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 PM and the Sunday matinee starts at 2:30 PM. Tickets are $16 per person.

The Penguin Project serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.

Through generous support from The Community Foundation of Brazoria County’s Lowrey Community Service Grant, Olin Corporation and Brazosport Rotary, BCS Penguin Project is proud to offer this amazing program for the third year in a row!

Read more about BCS’ Penguin Project program.

 

The Facts features Penguin Project production of “The Wizard of Oz”

After four months of rehearsals, Brazosport Center Stages’ Penguin Project production of The Wizard of Oz (youth edition) is about to hit the stage this weekend, May 5-7! The Facts published a feature with interviews and photos in today’s (5/5/23) edition, “Wiz kids: Penguin Project puts on special performances of iconic story”.

Read the story and see photos at The Facts online.

Then, get tickets to this weekend’s performances!

Register NOW to get involved with Penguin Project!

Empowering Young Artists with Special Needs

Brazosport Center Stages Penguin Project kicks off its second year in January 2023 to culminate in a production of “The Wizard of Oz” in May!

Brazosport Center Stages Penguin Project is a FREE program for artists ages 10-21 with special needs. It provides an opportunity for children with special needs to develop creative skills related to the theater arts and participate in community theater.

To get involved, fill out the Penguin Project Participation Form for both artists and mentors!

Founded in 2004 by Dr. Andrew Morgan and his wife Kathy, the Penguin Project has evolved from a single theater in Peoria, IL to multiple chapters across the country. Brazosport Center Stages is proud to be the first community theater chapter in Texas!

The project serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.

Through generous support from The Community Foundation of Brazoria County’s Lowrey Community Service Grant and Olin Corporation, BCS Penguin Project is proud to offer this amazing program again this year!

The Brazosport Center Stages Penguin Project provides a forum of interaction for the young artists, peer mentors, families and local volunteers through community theater experience. Interested in participating or learning more about volunteer or sponsorship opportunities? Contact us at (979) 265-7661 or email thecenter@bcfas.org.

Penguin Project Information Meeting

Penguin Project Information Meetings

Tuesday, January 10 & Thursday, January 12

6:00 PM

 

Brazosport Center Stages is holding two Penguin Project information meetings for young artists, peer mentors and parents at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 10 and Thursday, January 12!

 

Penguin Project provides an opportunity for children with special needs (ages 10-21) to develop creative skills related to the theater arts and participate in community theater. It also serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.

 

Come find out how your kids and YOU can become involved in this amazing program!

Penguin Project Information Meeting

Penguin Project Information Meetings

Tuesday, January 10 & Thursday, January 12

6:00 PM

 

Brazosport Center Stages is holding two Penguin Project information meetings for young artists, peer mentors and parents at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 10 and Thursday, January 12!

 

Penguin Project provides an opportunity for children with special needs (ages 10-21) to develop creative skills related to the theater arts and participate in community theater. It also serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.

 

Come find out how your kids and YOU can become involved in this amazing program!

Penguin Project information meetings set for January 10 & 12

Brazosport Center Stages will be holding two Penguin Project information meetings for young artists, peer mentors and parents at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 10 and Thursday, January 12!


Penguin Project provides an opportunity for children with special needs (ages 10-21) to develop creative skills related to the theater arts and participate in community theater. It also serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.


Through generous support from The Community Foundation of Brazoria County’s Lowrey Community Service Grant and Olin, BCS Penguin Project is proud to offer this amazing program again this year!


The Facts previews Brazosport Center Stages’ upcoming Penguin Project musical, “Annie JR.”

The Facts published a preview of Brazosport Center Stages’ upcoming Penguin Project production of the musical “Annie JR.” on today’s (5/5) front page. The story includes photos from a recent rehearsal and provides a look into why this first-ever theater program for local kids with special needs is SO special to everyone involved!

See the photos and read the story at The Facts online AND THEN get tickets to the show!

ON SALE NOW: Tickets for Penguin Project production of “Annie JR.”

Brazosport Center Stages is proud to present its first-ever Penguin Project production, the musical Annie JR., featuring artists with special needs and their peer mentors! Tickets are on sale now to the general public for the two performances, slated for Saturday and Sunday, May 7 & 8.

Founded in 2004 by Dr. Andrew Morgan and his wife Kathy, the Penguin Project has evolved from a single theatre in Peoria, Ill. to multiple chapters across the country. Brazosport Center Stages is honored to be the first community theater chapter in Texas.

The project serves to facilitate joint participation between young artists with special needs and same-age peers through a community theater experience. Peer mentors work side-by-side with their artist partners and assist throughout the rehearsal and performance process.

Purchase tickets online *OR* via phone (979-265-7661) or in person at the Box Office during regular business hours (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, M-F).

Annie Jr.

Don’t miss Brazosport Center Stages’ first ever Penguin Project production, featuring special needs youth ages 10-21 and peer mentors! This year our artists will be performing a two-day run of the beloved musical, Annie Jr.!

SYNOPSIS: With a perfect combination of street-smarts and optimism, Annie warms the hearts of the audience as we witness her rise from next-to-nothing in New York City. She is determined to find her parents, who left her at the orphanage years ago. However, things don’t quite work out the way she has planned. She does however thwart the plans of Miss Hannigan and finds a new family with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, secretary Grace Farrell and her lovable pooch, Sandy.

Annie Jr.

Don’t miss Brazosport Center Stages’ first ever Penguin Project production, featuring special needs youth ages 10-21 and peer mentors! This year our artists will be performing a two-day run of the beloved musical, Annie Jr.!

SYNOPSIS: With a perfect combination of street-smarts and optimism, Annie warms the hearts of the audience as we witness her rise from next-to-nothing in New York City. She is determined to find her parents, who left her at the orphanage years ago. However, things don’t quite work out the way she has planned. She does however thwart the plans of Miss Hannigan and finds a new family with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, secretary Grace Farrell and her lovable pooch, Sandy.