Bring the little princess in your life to Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA)! This year’s Princess Day promises to bring back everyone’s favorite stations plus new activities.
On Saturday, January 13, Tecumseh Center for the Arts will host its 4th Annual Princess Day event. Three years ago, the TCA introduced Princess Day complete with castle and Prince Charming. Two years ago, the theater was transformed into Disney's Frozen with Princess Anna, Queen Elsa and Olaf. Last year we brought in Belle from Beauty and the Beast and this year young princesses will meet Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
Princesses are encouraged to come dressed in their own gowns while enjoying some royal treatment as they travel to stations throughout the theater including crafts, snacks, story time, gifts, hair and makeup. Princesses will also get to meet Tiana on the TCA stage where parents and grandparents can snap a photograph of their little princess.
New this year, the TCA is welcoming Paul McCormack’s Classroom Critters featuring Onsted’s “Mr. C” Joby Cuellar as part of the day’s activities. Mr. C will introduce the little princesses to real life tree frogs. This new educational station will teach kids all about frogs and the significant role they play in our environment. (Unfortunately, kissing the frogs will not be allowed.)
Princess Day is recommended for girls 3 - 10 years of age and is limited to 100 princesses, so get your tickets today!
Session times: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Tickets are $30 each (includes 1 Princess & 1 Adult)
Additional Princesses are $10 each
Additional Adults are $5
Princess Day is part of the TCA Michigan Homegrown Project which emphasizes the importance of sharing the theater stage with local artistic groups while building lasting relationships between art organizations and the theater. The TCA Michigan Homegrown Project is sponsored in part by Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and National Endowment for the Arts. Special thank you to Party Princess Productions Toledo and Paul McCormack's Classroom Critters.
Behind the scenes of Tecumseh Center for the Arts.