The Rock and Roll Playhouse Comes to Brooklyn Bowl Weekends This Fall

Posted on Wednesday September 16th in

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The Rock and Roll Playhouse will present Rock and Roll for Kids, a children’s-music-workshop series most weekends this fall at Brooklyn Bowl (and The Capitol Theatre). RRPH curriculum director Devlin Goldberg and Dan Griffith, from Ramblin’ Dan and the Freewheelin’ Band, will lead the workshops, along with special guests.

The Rock and Roll for Kids series is designed to keep children moving, playing, and singing while simultaneously listening to classic tunes and teaching developmental milestones. Adults will love the cool selection of genres and popular-music hits, and all are encouraged to fully participate. Rock and Roll for Kids workshops will include Beatles for Kids, Grateful Rockers, World Music, Writing the Blues,
Rock and Roll Story Time, and more!

RRPH has been collaborating with such musicians as Phil Lesh, Howard Jones, North Mississippi Allstars, Anders Osborne, the London Souls, Jonathan Toubin, and the Funky Meters to bring amazing music workshops to kids. Featured in both the Daily Voice and New York Times, RRPH’s high-energy workshops are fun for the entire family.

Each workshop is 60 minutes long and is specifically designed
for children seven and younger, but all family members are welcome to this family show. Please visit the RRPH site for pricing and the workshops schedule at each venue.

9/27: Beatles for Kids

10/4: Grateful Rockers

10/18: ’70s for Kids

11/1: Halloween Monster Mash

11/8: Grateful Rockers

11/15: World Music

11/29: ’80s for Kids

12/6: ’90s for Kids

12/20: ’60s for Kids

12/27: Rock and Roll Story time

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