By Elizabeth Raymond
The city is teeming with family fun for Passover, from music & art workshops to authentic feasts. Regardless of your child’s age, we guarantee you’ll find something to do for everyone in your brood! Check out our list below—we hope something inspires over the coming weeks.
Sunday, April 1
Poppy Seed Players Present Shlemiel Crooks – A Passover Musical
129 West 67th Street, Merkin Hall
Based on the popular books by Anna Olswanger, The Poppy Seed Players present the story of a boy and his puppy who attempt to stop the Pharaoh’s ghost from ruining Passover. The musical highlights the importance of loyalty, family and following your dreams.
David Grover With The Grover Gang At The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street
David Grover and The Grover Gang will lead your gang in an afternoon of song, dance and Passover celebrations. Got a budding songwriter at home between the ages of three and nine? Arrive at 10am for a special songwriting workshop. Advance registration required.
Get Outta Town! The Story Of The Exodus For Kids At The Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place
The fabulous storytelling duo “Play Me A Story” present the Passover story at a level that kids ages 3-10 will be able to understand—complete with costumes, dancing and Egyptian-style tunes. Passover-themed arts & crafts will immediately follow.
To see the full listings at New York Family click here.
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