Grumbling Gryphons Traveling Children's Theater (winner of the 2003 Connecticut Governor’s Arts Award) was founded in 1980 and celebrates 36 years of bringing quality performances and educational workshops to audiences throughout the world.
Artistic Director Leslie Elias and company perform environmental and multicultural shows for children of all ages. The company performs in schools, theater, libraries, museums and festivals throughout the U.S and abroad. Grumbling Gryphons is well known for engaging children in a highly participatory drama experience, with live music, marvelous masks, and imaginative content. Pre-performance workshops and residencies in drama, storytelling, music, movement, mask making and puppetry enhance every performance. Theater Arts Summer Camps for children provide enriching arts experiences for children.
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Now booking for the 2016/2017 season! Call for more info and special discounts!
Register now for the 2016 Summer Camp from June 27th-July 4th. More infomation and registration form available here.
PLEASE COME PREVIEW OUR WORKSHOPS AND PERFORMANCES WITH CHILDREN!
See our unique approach to educational theater firsthand! Please call the school or organization in advance to confirm the date to notify them of your visit.
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Friday, June 3rd: Anansi The Trickster Spider: A West African Folktale (K-4)
53 Ellsworth Ave.
Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 797-4740 (school)
Contact: Jan Edwards-Reading Specialist
Performance 2:00 p.m. with 9:20 a.m workshops starting
Monday June 27th- Monday July 4th Grumbling Gryphons Theater Arts Camp
Cornwall Town Hall for children ages 6– 16.
24 Pine Street
Cornwall, CT 06753
9:30-3:00 each day running for 8 Consecutive Days
Performance on Monday, July 4th at 11:00 a.m.
Contact: Leslie Elias-Director 860-672-0286
Wednesday, July 6th: Anansi The Trickster Spider: A West African Folktale
6:30 performance, with 4:30 pre-show workshop
Hubbard Hall Center for The Arts and Education
25 East Main Street
Cambridge, NY. 12816
Contact: Kyra Fitzgerald
Sponsored by Friends of The Cambridge Public Library