Events

Spellbound Theatre is back at OSH with a special performance, join us in the North Garden on August 14 at 10 am or 11:30 am.

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is a one-of-a-kind storytelling performance that follows a lost toy, Catbear, as they travel through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for their owner. Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.

This performance will occur outside, with audiences seated by family “pods” of up to 5 individuals.
The performer will be vaccinated and unmasked for the duration of the performance. Families are asked to wear masks while inside the gated performance area.

In case of inclement weather, all audiences will be notified by email the night before and will be invited to a live Zoom performance during their scheduled time.

This performance is funded generously by the Department of Cultural Affairs.
All donations will go towards future Spellbound Theatre programming.

Tickets are extremely limited; a small number will be available for walk-ups on a first-come-first-serve basis. Reserve your spot here.

Spellbound Theatre is back at OSH with a special performance, join us in the North Garden on August 14 at 10 am or 11:30 am.

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is a one-of-a-kind storytelling performance that follows a lost toy, Catbear, as they travel through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for their owner. Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.

This performance will occur outside, with audiences seated by family “pods” of up to 5 individuals.
The performer will be vaccinated and unmasked for the duration of the performance. Families are asked to wear masks while inside the gated performance area.

In case of inclement weather, all audiences will be notified by email the night before and will be invited to a live Zoom performance during their scheduled time.

This performance is funded generously by the Department of Cultural Affairs.
All donations will go towards future Spellbound Theatre programming.

Tickets are extremely limited; a small number will be available for walk-ups on a first-come-first-serve basis. Reserve your spot here.