The performing arts in February: The Book of Mormon and The Art of Listening

February 6 – March 4: The Book of Mormon, SHN

Nine-time Tony Award®-winning Best Musical, The Book of Mormon follows the hilarious journey of a mismatched pair of Mormon missionaries as they embark their mission from Salt Lake City to Northan Uganda. After a few difficulties and some setbacks, one of them starts to lose faith in their religion. But instead of abandoning his religion, Elder Price holds on and decides to go all in by reaffirming everything that a Mormon believes. The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century.”  and Entertainment Weekly says it’s, “Grade A: the funniest musical of all time.”

Parental Warning: Contains explicit language.

February 10: The Art of Listening, The San Francisco Chamber Orchestra

Since 1953, the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra has presented an annual season of admission-free concerts featuring their ensemble that’s made up of the Bay Area’s top professional musicians. On February 10th, they will present their Art of Listening program that was designed for toddlers and kids. These fun 20-minute programs are a perfect way to introduce classical music to little ones.

Throughout the performance, they will be able to wiggle and dance, participate in hands-on activities and see instruments up close with meet-and-greet opportunities with the artists.


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