April 6, 2018
Singapore-based education opportunity to feature performances based on “TMNT” and “SpongeBob.”
Nickelodeon has partnered with KidZania Singapore to launch the Nickelodeon Acting Academy and Theatre in the country.
Located in Sentosa, Singapore, the new academy and theater will allow children to role-play as Nickelodeon characters, attend acting classes and experience performing to an audience in a theater space in different productions throughout the year. Children that are cast in productions will be paid a salary in kidZos, KidZania’s own currency, after each performance.
From April to June, fans will have the chance to be cast in “A Foot Too Big,” based on Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” From July to September the Acting Academy and Theatre will perform “Free Samples,” which is inspired by “SpongeBob SquarePants.”
During school holidays, visitors will be able to attend meet-and-greet sessions with Nickelodeon characters.
“We’ve been eagerly awaiting KidZania’s opening in Singapore,” says Vishal Kurien, vice president, advertising sales, Viacom International Media Networks Southeast Asia. “Nickelodeon represents fun for kids and we have a successful history of creating promotional programs for kids brands to create surprising and playful entertainment experiences everywhere we go. Through the Nickelodeon Acting Academy and Theatre, we hope to help instill confidence in the young participants and fan the passion of these aspiring actors who will one day have a positive impact in the communities they live in.”
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