Celebrating Artists of Color is the CAC’s annual Black History Month exhibit in collaboration with our satellite, DC Connections. Featuring artists Fabian Williams, Brandon Moultrie, Charlottle Riley-Webb, Lucious Webb, and Dante Yarbrough.
Wendy Bennett has directed children’s choirs, drama troops, and preschool children, and she now delivers highly interactive, curriculum-based musical theatre programs to schools. Wendy earned her BFA in Music Education from Miami University and is a graduate of the Alliance Theater Acting Intern Program. She sang with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for its Symphony Street children’s cocnerts and various other family for 14 years from 2000 through 2014. Wendy uses her lovely voice, puppets, color, props, and guitar to bring memorable programs designed to enhance curriculum and make learning fun. Wendy has also worked in theatre at the Art Station in Stone Mountain, The Alliance Theatre, The Horizon Theatre, and Canton Theatre.
The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is held outdoors on the grounds of the CAC where families can play flamingo croquet, join in a musical sing-a-long or in a storytelling session, participate in an egg hunt, pin the grin on the Cheshire Cat, Be A Star with “Words in Motion,” enjoy photo booth fun, face painting, coloring fun and be creative while decorating a cookie to eat at the tea party.
Tickets $10 per person, regardless of age.