North Charleston Cultural Arts Department hosts Summer Children's Theatre

North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is hosting the next Summer Children’s Theatre presentation July 28 at two different locations and times.

Drum Sermons celebrates music and tells tales from Africa.   Contributed photo

North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is hosting the next Summer Children’s Theatre presentation July 28 at two different locations and times.

Drum Sermons: Folktales, Legends & Myths from the Far Corners of Africa will be performed by Orisirisi African Folklore. The show is for all ages and welcomes daycare and community groups, families and individuals. The first show is at 10 a.m. at Northwoods Park and Recreation Center, 8348 Greenridge Road. The second show takes place at 2 p.m. at Danny Jones Recreation Center, 1455 Monitor Street. Tickets cost $2 per child attending; their accompanying adults get in free.

Groups of 10 or larger should make reservations by calling 843-740-5854. Seats often fill up fast for these shows.

Drum Sermons celebrates music and tells tales from Africa. Audience participation is part of the show, as is traditional with African performances. Orisirisi African Folklore began 31 years ago and was created by husband and wife Don and Tutu Harrell specifically to share the joy of African life and culture.

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