Imaginations come to life in the Discovery Stage Series at Port Discovery Children’s Museum!
Designed specifically for children ages two and up, The Discovery Stage Series features interactive performances features local Maryland Touring Artists visiting for a series of interactive performances!
Join Port Discovery Saturday, January 18th at 2:00PM for an exclusive and festive performance featuring Diane Macklin: Storyteller! Diane specializes in audience participating, character education and developmentally appropriate programming – making this Storyteller performance perfect for little leaners!
An additional Diane Macklin: Storyteller performance will take place on Saturday, February 15 at 2:00PM.
Can’t make it to this performance? No worries! The Discovery Stage Series runs January 18, 2020 through May 16, 2020. Check out more upcoming Discovery Stage Series performances below:
Discovery Stage Series featuring Happenstance Theater’s “Pinot & Augustine”
Saturday, January 25 | 11:00AM
- On, Saturday, January 25 join us for an exclusive performance featuring Happenstance Theater's family-friendly clown duo, "Pinot & Augustine"! Audience members will dance along to musical surprises, laugh until it hurts (in a good way!) at special surprises, and enjoy this unique theatrical flair only during "Pinot & Augustine"!
Discovery Stage Series featuring SOLE Defined
Saturday, February 22 | 2:00PM
- On Saturday, February 22, join us for an exclusive and festive performance featuring an award-winning show that takes an exciting twist on theatrical dance! SOLE Defined combines tap dance, tapping, roller skating and more to create a conversation through music and movement.
Discovery Stage Series featuring Silly Goose & Val
Saturday, March 21 | Sunday March 22 | Sunday, April 19 | Sunday, May 16 at 1:30PM
- Join us for Parent's Award Winner - and kid favorite performance - Silly Goose and Val! Enjoy watching your child interact with the show and musical adventure through puppets, ventriloquism, dancing and singing!
This performance is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org).