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The Reluctant Dragon

September 20, 2014DRAGON

11 am and 2 pm
Presented by Bright Star Children’s Theatre
Jack discovers that a dragon is living in his village! Much to his surprise, this dragon is friendly and loves a good book. Soon, Jack and the dragon become best friends, but not everyone in the village believes a dragon can be friendly. With the help of the hilarious and heroic Sir George, Jack and his new best friend use teamwork to win the hearts of everyone in the village. Kindness, respect and friendship abound as the quiet village learns to accept everyone who lives there. Through this fun and exciting adventure, young audiences learn the importance of teamwork, accepting others and solving problems.

The Emperor’s New Clothes

EMPEROROctober 18, 2014

11 am and 2 pm
Presented by Tarradiddle Players Of the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte N.C.
CTC’s Tarradiddle Players star in this delightful, funny re-telling of the Hans Christian Anderson story. The vain and selfish Emperor is duped by a mother and her son, who convince him they can make him a unique suit of clothes that is not only beautiful but magical -- it can only be seen by those who are smart and clever. Will the Emperor “see” through their plan or get the fate he deserves?

Uncle Wiggily’s Christmas Carol

December 6, 2014Christmas

11 am and 2 pm
Presented by The Children’s Theatre of Hampton Roads
Celebrate the season with Uncle Wiggily and his forest friends in our adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale. A charming and original play that's great fun for the entire family, and a delightful addition to any holiday event.

Jackie Robinson

ROBINSONFebruary 28, 2015

11 am and 2 pm
Presented by Bright Star Children’s Theatre
This baseball star played an important role in integrating professional sports. His story is brought to life in a production that is heartwarming, lively and interactive. Young audiences join Jackie as he learns valuable lessons from his mother, then cheer him on as he scores his first home run as a professional baseball player. Participation continues as volunteers join Jackie onstage to help him overcome bullying without fighting back. The Jackie Robinson story is the perfect compliment to Black History celebration and inspires young people to do what is right, follow their dreams and never give up.

Treasure Island

March 21, 2015TREASURE

11 am and 2 pm
Presented by the Children’s Theatre of Hampton Roads
Set sail on an adventure with this retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story of buccaneers and buried gold. This play has something for every age-swordplay, danger, comedy, pirates and puppets.

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