2017-18 Fun Company Season

THE DINOSAUR PLAY

SEPTEMBER 16 – OCTOBER 8

BY STEVE AND KATHY HOTCHNER

The children are back in a world millions and millions of years ago, transported the moment they enter the theatre into the atmosphere of the last age of dinosaurs. In front of them is a dinosaur egg, tapping out a call for help. The children interpret what the egg is saying and help the egg to hatch. They form an uneasy alliance with a rough Triceratops, protect the newly formed dinosaur family, and defeat Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

JUNIE B. JONES IN JINGLE BELLS BATMAN SMELLS

NOVEMBER 25 – DECEMBER 24

BY ALLISON GREGORY

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

Q THE WITCH AND THE MAGICAL ORB

FEBRUARY 3 – 25

BY ASHLI CHESIRE ADAPTED FOR THE STAGE BY CAITLYN JOY

Once upon a time there was an evil witch. And like most evil witches she did evil things. This witch takes away the wonderful, beautiful things in the world that people create like music dance and art. She hides them away in her Magical Orb. Q finds himself very bored in this world without art and decides to go explore the dark blue cave where he finds the Witch and her Magical Orb.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

SUPER

APRIL 7 – 29

BY SARAH SHULMAN
Supertopia, was home to the greatest super heroes of all time. Until they began to vanish, one by one, ushering in…the Age of Villains! Supertopia is now ruled by the evil super genius Dexterity and his right hand man Sticky Fingers Magee. But fear not, Supertopia has not been completely abandoned. A new team of “superheroes’ has assembled. They call themselves the Super Crew and are leas by the overzealous Captain Obvious. Despite their name, this new group of superheroes is far from super. But, what they lack in super skills they make up for in enthusiasm. When the children of Supertopia start to disappear Captain Obvious must rally his crew and finally save the day.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

WINNIE THE POOH

MAY 26 – JUNE 18

FROM THE STORIES OF A.A. MILNE

DRAMATIZED BY LE CLANCHE DU RAND

MUSIC BY ALLAN J. FRIEDMAN

LYRICS BY A.A. MILNE AND KRISTIN SERGLE

ADDITIONAL LYRICS BY LE CLANCHE DU RAND

A.A. Milne’s beloved bear of very little brain is singing happily that “Isn’t it funny how a bear likes honey,” when the terrible trouble begins. Kanga comes to the forest with soap for baths and spoonfuls of strengthening medicine. Something must be done!

Individual tickets on sale August 1.