Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Mad Science Meets Star Trek at the Palace; Tracy Morgan Cancelled

Students and children are invited to partake in an out -of-this-world, interactive and educational adventure when Mad Science presents "Star Trek Live" at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, on Feb. 23, at 9:30 and11:30 am.

Based on the most popular science fiction franchise of all time, "Star Trek Live" combines cutting-edge special effects, unmatched audience interaction and cool science to create an exhilarating and unforgettable theatrical experience. When the USS Enterprise and Earth come under the attack of alien forces, the fate of the Federation is in the hands the audience. Serving as members of the Starfleet Academy, audience members will quickly learn the intricacies of living in space and the latest in communication and technology as they draw on the achievements of science in the 21st century to set things right before it is too late.

Part of the theater’s Education Series, "Star Trek Live" is recommended for children grades 4-8 and focuses on lessons pertaining to Life Science, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science and Technology.

Endorsed by the Connecticut Association of Schools, the Palace Education Series invites students to reflect on their academic lessons in a venue that encourages thought and imagination. All presentations and programs are selected for students, grades K-9, and include in and after school SmART Initiatives, designed to enhance the theater experience while addressing state curriculum standards.

Tickets for Star Trek Live are $8 and can be purchased by phone at 203-346-2000, online at http://www.palacetheaterct.org/ or in person at the Palace Theater Box Office, 100 East Main St. Administrators and teachers interested in booking a field trip can call the Group Sales Hotline at 203-346-2002.

PERFORMANCE CANCELLED
The Tracy Morgan “Black and Blue Tour” stand-up performance scheduled to take place at the Palace Theater in Waterbury on Friday, Feb. 18, has been cancelled due to last minute scheduling conflicts cited by the tour’s promoter.

All ticket holders have been contacted by the box office and will receive a full refund. For more information, call 203-346-2000.

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