Go on an adventure with Dora
Dora’s Pirate Adventure will play June 3 and 4, at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets for Dora’s Pirate Adventure are on sale at the Pioneer Center box office Monday Ð Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and online at http://www.pioneercenter.com. To charge by phone, call (877) 840-0457. Ticket prices range from $18 to $37 and are subject to service charges. Groups of 10 or more should call (775) 686-6610.
Performance schedule is as follows:
— Saturday, June 3 Ð 3 p.m.
— Sunday, June 4 Ð 11 a.m.
— Sunday, June 4 Ð 2 p.m.
— Sunday, June 4 Ð 5 p.m.
In Dora’s Pirate Adventure, Dora, her best buddy Boots the monkey, and the rest of their friends embark on an exciting trip to Treasure Island. For the first time ever, the family-friendly stage show will feature Dora’s cousin, Diego – a nature and science expert. The audience will help them navigate over Music Mountain, through silly Singing Bridge and help them confront the Pirate Piggies. Along the way, the audience will use their map-reading, counting, musical and Spanish-language skills to successfully help Dora reach the treasure.
All ends happily onstage with a “yo-ho-ho!”
Dora is a 7-year-old Latina heroine, whose adventures take place in an imaginative, tropical world filled with jungles, beaches and rainforests. Dora explores her world just as preschoolers do everyday. Both the TV and stage shows are designed to actively engage their audiences using a variety of learning techniques.
Each step of their journey consists of a problem or puzzle that Dora and the audience must solve in order to move on to the next challenge. Dora is proudly bilingual and uses her knowledge of English and Spanish to communicate with her friends, overcome obstacles and reach her goals. Dora teaches Spanish words or phrases to the audience and then asks them to use them to solve a problem and forge ahead.
For more information about Dora the Explorer Live – Dora’s Pirate Adventure, visit http://www.nickjr.com.
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