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Jurassic World Tour Roars Into Providence for First Leg of New England Tour – South Providence Kids Spend Some TIme With the Cast
By Ann Clanton, contributing writer
The Jurassic World Live Tour cast stopped by the Boys & Girls Club of Providence SouthsideClub yesterday to promote a seven performance engagement this Weekend at the Amica Mutual Pavillion (AMP).
Jurassic World Live cast members made a special trip to the Club situated five blocks south of the Rhode Island Hospital Campus, to lead an engaging STEM activity for a group of 20 children, modeling the theory of plate tectonics using edible materials.
Feld Entertainment, producers of Jurassic World Live, presented the Boys & Girls Club with 50complimentary tickets to a weekend performance.
The young children attending will encounter an array of dinosaurs including a raptor, stegosaurus, triceratops, and the star of the show – a mighty tyrannosaurus rex.
The production features more than 24 film-accurate, life-sized dinosaurs, with scale, speed and ferocity, operated by animatronics and performers.
Fans of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous will also recognize Bumpy, the friendly and food motivated dinosaur, as she goes from baby to adult fairly quickly.
Arrive early for a special pre-show experience included with show tickets. Jurassic World Fanswill have an opportunity to see the dinosaurs and vehicles up close and personal, including photoopportunities with Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Baby Bumpy, and the iconic Jurassic World Jeepand Gyrosphere.
Known for the Jurassic World franchise, Feld Entertainment stresses that they are more than the$5 billion film series, a larger-than-life destination for exploration, discovery, and epic adventure.Dinosaurs live again and they live in Jurassic World.
Jurassic World Live performances begin Thursday, March 23rd and run through Sunday, March 26th at the AMICA Mutual Pavilion (AMP). Tickets are available at the AMP’s Center Box Office, onTicketmaster, or by calling 800-745-3000.
Ann-Allison Clanton was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. As principal of Ann Clanton Communications, Ann has more than two decades of experience as a communications and public affairs consultant. She has written features and profiles articles for the Providence American Newspaper and Ethnic Online Magazine.
Among the notable persons interviewed include former U. S. Ambassador Andrew Young, Dr. Cornell West, former Florida Congressman Allen West (R-FL) and Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus first African American Ringmaster, Johnathan Lee Iverson.
Ann is the founder of the Rhode Island Black Film Festival and a founding member of the Southern New England Association of Black Journalists.
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