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Theatergroep Kwatta – The Netherlands Tuesday, May 10 10am & 12:30pm This inventive, beautiful adaptation of Sharon Creech’s book of the same name tells the story of one boy who finds his own voice with the help of a teacher, a writer, a pencil, some yellow paper, and of course, a dog. This performance blends…Find Out More
Theatreworks USA Friday, May 13 10am & 12:30pm Based off Rick Riordan’s memorable book, this musical adaptation brings to life the story of Percy Jackson and mythological monsters and creatures he reads about in his textbook. Percy only has ten days to help Zeus and bring peace to Mount Olympus. Along the way, he learns…Find Out More
LIVE WIRE! The Electricity Tour
Creatively blending theatre with the wonders of scientific exploration, Doktor Kaboom keeps his crowds riveted with interest and rolling with laughter! LIVE WIRE explores the fundamentals of electrical energy and the history of humanity’s adventures into its potential!Find Out More
Virginia Rep on Tour!
Just as we celebrate our new face of the $20 bill, here comes this stirring drama with music – a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds from the bonds of slavery.
CANCELLED due to inclement weatherFind Out More
Virginia Repertory Theatre
Ellis Island was the entry point to the land of dreams for countless immigrants from 1892 to 1954. Follow the story of family’s trials, heartbreak, and triumphs and help reestablish the understanding that we are truly a nation of immigrants.Find Out More
Kennedy Center for Young Audiences - Washington D.C.
Cancelled due to inclement weather – please contact Allison at 631-288-2350, ext. 102 for more information.
Back by Popular Demand! Mo Willems’ beloved award-winning, best-selling books come to life in this romp of a musical.Find Out More
Dallas Children's Theater - Texas
Combining authentic African drumming, powerful and majestic choreography and thrilling original music, the splendor of Zimbabwe burst onto stage in this adaptation of John Steptoe’s Caldecott award-winning Cinderella tale!Find Out More
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
This performance uses gentle story-telling and whimsical puppets to bring these beloved books by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram to life on stage! Mermaid Theatre’s larger than life, loveable puppets will delight audiences as they tell these treasured stories in a mesmerizing performance!Find Out More
Lionheart Youth Theatre
A modern twist on the Prokofiev classic, this production features captivating large-scale puppetry and an original score performed live by Mother Falcon, a band NPR describes as “the little orchestra that can do the impossible.” This exceptional experience leaves audiences with increased empathy for the animals that share our earth.Find Out More
The Mayhem Poets
They’re back! These young spoken word artists celebrate the power of poetry through rhythm, hip-hop, and theatrical technique, communicating to students important truths about the power of words. The Mayhem Poets combine their backgrounds in theatre, comedy, and music to create poetry that directly resonate with their audience members. Students will be captivated by their ability to effortlessly perform incredibly catchy and contemporary raps, while effectively showing the power of poetry.Find Out More
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
The worlds of these classic books by Margaret Wise Brown are vividly created on stage using large-scale puppets, and evocative score, and stunning scenic effects. Good Night Moon is the quintessential celebration of nighttime rituals, while The Runaway Bunny tells the tale of a little bunny who can’t seem to escape his mother’s love, no matter how far he travels. Mermaid Theatre’s gentle and masterful command of larger than life puppets brings these treasured stories to life in a truly unique way.Find Out More
What is it like to be 16 years old, a girl, a Muslim, and a refugee all at the same time? At Fatima’s new high school, she’s the only one wearing a hijab. Her parents transferred her after hateful graffiti was found on the wall of her old school. But there’s plenty of ignorance and assumptions at her new school too. It isn’t until she begins an unlikely friendship with Jorah, a young man with a troubled reputation, that she starts to feel less like an outsider. How can she balance this new relationship with her family’s faith? This play will spark meaningful discussions on the judgements and assumptions we make based on our perceived differences. This incredibly raw and powerful production challenges stereotypes and encourages real conversation about race, religion, and identity.Find Out More
The cast of this preschool favorite has gone to the dogs – with cars, hats, audience participation, and even a wild game of ball as this hilarious visual spectacle and musical romp manages to sneak in some important lessons about life between innings! Based on the delightful book by P.D. Eastman, this production is a visual spectacle that will have students laughing out loud and dancing in their seats!Find Out More