Fans of the popular PBS show will be super excited to know Odd Squad Live! is calculating a visit to Huntsville November 16, 2016. This action-packed, laugh-out-loud adventure where kids get to participate in solving a seriously strange case is brought to the Rocket City thanks to Broadway Theatre League!
When agents Orion and Oleanna get turned into grown-ups by villains, it’s up to the kids in the audience to use their math skills and help the agents decode, decipher and unravel clues. With a little help from Ms. O back at headquarters, the agents and audience members work together to save the day. Some lucky fans will even get to join the fun on stage and use amazing Odd Squad gadgets!
he signature blend of side-splitting humor and oddly irresistible fun that earned the Odd Squad writing team a 2016 Daytime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Series” now comes to the live stage in this fun and educational (but the kids won’t even realize they’re learning!) show filled with the coolest new gadgets, funniest and quirkiest villains and catchy hit songs from the Odd Squad-favorite band, Soundcheck. Audiences can get their groove on to Odd Squad “classic” tunes as well as all-new songs.
Preview the show here:
About “Off Squad” on PBS
Odd Squad, the PBS KIDS television series, is a live-action show designed to help kids ages 5-8 build math, problem-solving and collaboration skills. The show focuses on intrepid young agents who are part of Odd Squad, an agency whose mission is to investigate unusual occurrences. A math concept is embedded in each of their cases, as they work together to problem-solve and set things right.
Odd Squad Live! Show Details
When: Wednesday, November 16, 02016 at 6:00 PM
Where: VBC Concert Hall
Get tickets online
Cost: $20 for family 4-pack via this special offer!
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