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Join us for the world premiere of Coding to the Moon, a gripping drama of the Apollo space missions. This production celebrates the life and work of mathematician and computer scientist, Margaret Hamilton, whose brilliant work as a young scientist broke new ground as she led the team that...
Dip into our honey pot of stories featuring children's all-time favorite bear, Winnie the Pooh. You will love joining Pooh as he hums his way through the Hundred Aker Woods.  Whether he's pretending to be a cloud to trick bees out of their honey, hunting heffalumps with Piglet or...
Crotchety Ebenezer Scrooge opens up to the holiday spirit.
Enjoy a delightful collection of stories for young children based on Arnold Lobel's Owl at Home. This show is a first introduction to theater especially created to draw young theater goers into the world of theater arts with these carefully chosen and shaped stories.
A delightful collection of African tales performed through storytelling, acting, dancing and drumming. Colorful costumes, masks and traditional music will delight and teach our young fans, with lots of opportunities for audience participation! Aimed at ages 4-9.
Shipwrecked! is a stirring coming-of-age drama set during a fierce winter storm on Lake Huron in 1893. Twelve-year-old Aaron Buchanan, sailing with his parents on their small schooner loaded with Christmas trees from Sault Ste. Marie, is tested in ways he never dreamed possible when a ferocious gale suddenly...
This lively rendition of a classic tale presents a humorous giant, appropriate for young theater-goers. In Wild Swan's version, Jack's journey up the fantastical beanstalk not only leads to his encounter with a very silly giant but to the rescue of his long lost father as well.
Charlotte’s Web is possibly the best loved of all American stories for children. It tells the touching story of a rare friendship between a little pig, Wilbur, and Charlotte, a most uncommon spider. The magical words that Charlotte spins in her web not only earn Wilbur a county fair blue...
This very beautiful and moving play tells the touching story of a young Japanese girl's experience after the bombing of Hiroshima. The play recounts her illness from radiation poisoning and how children from all over Japan began to fold paper cranes to help Sadako get well.  (For ages 9-99) Performances...