BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES AVAILABLE
BOOK, MUSIC & LYRICS BY CHAD HENRY
ADAPTED FROM GOODNIGHT MOON
CREATED AND ILLUSTRATED BY MARGARET WISE BROWN AND CLEMENT HURD
SEPTEMBER 21 – OCTOBER 13
One of the most cherished children’s book of all times springs to life onstage in this delightful and imaginative musical for the whole family. Bunny’s room magically comes alive as he dances and sings his way to sweet dreams through nursery rhyme scenes with dancing bears with chairs, the Cat and the Fiddle, the Cow Jumping Over the Moon and even a trip through the night sky with dancing constellations.
BY ALLISON GREGORY
BASED ON THE BOOK BY BARBARA PARK
NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 29
Back again by popular demand!
Junie B. is a first grader with an attitude. The holiday sing-along should be fun, but when it’s time for the Secret Santa drawing, Junie B. picks the one person she’d rather not have –Tattletale May. Don’t miss this family-friendly story, with a message about the importance of giving.
BY BARRY KORNHAUSER
FEBRUARY 1 – FEBRUARY 23
Imagine a single balloon changing one person’s life forever. Balloonacy is tender and uplifting show for the little ones (and the big ones too). Sweet, inventive and packed with physical comedy, this play explores the power of friendship when a red balloon floats into a lonely man’s apartment and shows how, with a little imagination and acceptance, companionship is everywhere.
MUSIC: GEORGE HOWE, BOOK: JAMES E. GROTE
BASED ON THE BOOK BY DOREEN CRONIN AND BETSY LEWIN
MARCH 21 – APRIL 11
Running a farm is hard work, especially with cows that type, hens on strike, and a duck who’s always causing trouble. So Farmer Brown takes off for a well-deserved vacation, leaving his brother Bob, an accountant from the city, in charge. Soon it’s no work and all play as the animals run wild, taking advantage of Bob’s lack of experience. Will the animals come clean about their devious tricks, or is there more to Brother Bob than meets the eye? This musical adaptation of the 2002 New York Times bestselling Book turns the barnyard upside-down.
BY LANE RIOSLEY
MAY 9 – MAY 31
Our lively troupe of commedia players love the story of Cinderella so much they try to improve upon it whenever possible. Arlequin, the mischief-maker of the group, boasts about getting the role of the prince. Columbine puts an end to his bragging by giving Punchin the prince’s role and making Arlequin the prince’s servant instead! Rosetta brings the Fairy Godmother role to life with a slew of silly spells. Full of acrobatics, dance, music and wit this re-telling of the classic tale gets a wonderful Commedia dell’arte spin.