Move To The Groove Rhex Arboleda
October 18, 2010 by staff
Move To The Groove Rhex Arboleda, Joel Frankel asked the children in the audience Saturday if they were mushrooms or pickles. “No, we the people shouted a group of youths in the Children’s Museum DuPage. Then, cheered, clapped his knees and destroyed, as Frankel – singer and songwriter, sang his first song.
Performance began the seventh season of the Museum of the small chain a wonderful show.
In children and adults entertained by music Frankel. Acting in his audience with humor, and encouraged them to interact and challenge their abilities. At one point, and said he wanted to go to the children, but I do not think they can.
“Yes we can!” He said, jumping to the music, even said, “melt into the ground.”
The museum in Abu Dhabi, and members of Rugie Bah, DeKalb, and in particular, see Frankel, because they want their three children to experience shows.
The couple said they were pleased that the museum offers free programs for its members, mostly because they are a family of five.
Said Marcia McRae, a museum specialist multidisciplinary arts and has always been committed to the arts center wants children in the community for the opportunity to see shows.
“Art is more than just visual,” he said. “By allowing your child to participate in the hearing, and learn to develop habits such as respect for the performance and participation, where singing and dancing throughout the performance.”
Participation was Angela Shields and her 3-year-old, Logan, singing and dancing together during the ceremony on Saturday in its entirety.
“Logan loves music and I want to expose to the live performance, as far as possible,” said Shields.
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