Eight hosts ticket sweepstakes for family-friendly musical "Sid the Science Kid – LIVE"
Jan. 23, 2014
Eight invites families to explore their senses with animated cast of award-winning
PBS KIDS series Sid the Science Kid with chance to win FREE tickets
PHOENIX – (Jan. 23, 2014) Eight, Arizona PBS welcomes families on an incredible journey through the five senses with hilarious theatrical production “Sid the Science Kid – LIVE!” featuring popular PBS KIDS animated stars Sid the Science Kid and his friends, by offering Arizonans a chance to win one of five four-packs of tickets to the March 1 show, taking place at 3:30 p.m. at Comerica Theatre (400 W Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85003).
The contest, co-sponsored by Live Nation and Bookmans Entertainment Exchange launches January 24, and each week a lucky winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets to the show. Contest details and entry form available at www.azpbs.org/sid.
Eight promises to have the whole family cheering and dancing along to the music from the hit PBS KIDS television series as Sid, Gabriela, Gerald and May explore sight, sound, taste, smell and touch, discovering that there’s a very special “super-duper” sixth sense. “Sid the Science Kid – LIVE!” features Sid and his friends setting off on a day of excitement and adventure, asking curious questions and finding cool answers. Even teacher Susie will be there to keep the music flowing, as the characters interact with the audience, figuring out the world together and investigating “What’s the Big Idea?”. Sid The Science Kid – LIVE! is created for the stage by the imaginative minds of Michael Lewis (veteran Broadway performer and producer of ImaginOcean), John Tartaglia (creator and writer of ImaginOcean and Tony Award-nominated actor), and The Jim Henson Company.
Award-winning and five-time Emmy-nominated television series Sid the Science Kid is an educational animated show produced by The Jim Henson Company for PBS KIDS®, using comedy and music to promote exploration, discovery and science readiness among preschoolers throughout its 66 half-hour episodes.