Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Interactive CSI Investigates at the Palace


The world’s number one television franchise hits the stage when Mad Science presents CSI: LIVE! comes to the Palace Theater in Waterbury for two performances on Jan. 28, at 9:30 and 11:30 am.

Part of the Palace’s ShopRite Education Series, CSI: LIVE! is an interactive stage show that takes audiences on a journey through the fascinating world of crime scene investigations. When a crime is committed at the Las Vegas premiere of the Max Spade Magic Show, the CSI team springs into action. Sydney Mathis and David Hart play the roles of CSI investigators on the case, assisted by supervisor Gil Grissom through a live video connection from the Las Vegas Crime Lab.

Audience members will jump on stage and become part of the action, becoming witnesses, suspects and CSI recruits. Together they will use their superior logic and forensic know-how to uncover hidden details, investigate the evidence and test their theories. Whether it’s analyzing mysterious gasses, launching projectiles into a target, or firing a laser beam across the stage, the CSI recruits will have to be on their toes to help solve the crime before it’s too late.

Recommended for grades 4-8, CSI: LIVE! highlights curricular integrations in the subjects of physical science, technology, life science and science history.

Tickets for CSI: LIVE! are $10 each, $8 for groups of 10 or more, and on sale now at the Palace Theater Box Office, 100 E. Main St. in Waterbury. Administrators and teachers interested in booking a field trip can call the Group Sales Hotline at 203-346-2002. Individual tickets can be purchased by phone at 203-346-2000, or online at palacetheaterct.org.

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