Just eat it. Amid all the operas, chamber concerts, and one-man shows featuring a transvestite singing the songs of Tiny Tim and David Bowie, we tend to forget that Spoleto features a fair number of kid-friendly events, like How to Eat Like a Child, a light-hearted and music-filled romp.
For the dogs. Surely, your child at one time or another has gotten down on their hands and knees and barked like a dog. But are they doing it correctly? Thanks to the student actors at the Charleston Action Studio they'll soon know how to do it right. Oh, and they'll be taught a host of other more important lessons as well, like how to ride in the car, and some not so good, like how to stay home from school.
A class act. As any parent who has been forced to take their kid to the latest animated flick can attest, the vast majority of kiddie-oriented entertainment is pure tripe. But you can rest assured that How to Eat isn't; after all, the folks behind the Charleston Acting Studio are the same men and women that put out one quality production after another (See, Proof and Short Attn Span Thtr).