Tinkerbell Visits Storyland at the Marquis Theatre in Northville

Follow Tinkerbell through a land where familiar characters and stories come to life with Tinkerbell Visits Storyland at the Marquis Theatre in Northville Nov. 10, 2012-Jan. 27, 2013. It also runs a few special post-holiday performances on Dec. 26-28, 2012.

In this children's play, the beloved sprite Tinkerbell takes a musical and magical journey through Storyland. She'll encounter friends like Peter Pan and Wendy – and characters like John and Michael – when they visit Oz. Tinkerbell will bump into fairytale favorites like Snow White and Little Red Riding Hood, too!

The show is sure to entertain the family with a lot of singing and dancing. You can be carried away to the magical land at Marquis Theatre at 2:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as Wednesday-Friday, Dec. 26-28.

Tickets to the show are $8.50, and group rates and reserved seating is available for groups of 20 or more. Tickets are available at the door. To order tickets in advance, call Marquis Theatre at 248-349-8110. No children under 3 years old will be admitted.

Teachers, you can take your students on a field trip to see one of this theater's children's plays, too! For school information, call the theater.

Now in its 34th year, the Marquis troupe performs in a historic, restored Victorian building, its website notes. For nearly 80 years, many acts have come through the doors, and now it's home to a children's theater.

For more information on Tinkerbell Visits Storyland at the Marquis Theatre in Northville, check out the Metro Parent calendar listing.


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