June 14 – Bright Star Theater “Beauty and the Beast”
Join Lenny and Mabel, the “greatest actors in the world” as they bring this classic work of literature to life. This heart-warming tale shows that beauty is what lies within. See why this fairy tale has been enchanting audiences since 1740.
June 21 – All Hands Productions “Puppets Have Feelings, Too”
Puppets, like people, can show how they feel by the look on their face and the tone of their voices. Elements of character development and facial recognition are explored.
June 28 – The Story Ship “Alien’s Alive”
While reporting live, The Story Ship’s science reporter, Sarah, is kidnapped by aliens and trapped on a space ship bound for the outer regions of the solar system! Audience members must quickly form a Rescue Team and use magic, dance, and music to get her back.
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July 12 – Donna Wissinger “Peter and the Wolf”
Flutist and storyteller Donna Wissinger draws children into a musical world of active listening and imaginative thinking. Weaving a piper’s spell with her flute, she takes the audience on a journey through the story of Peter and the Wolf.
July 19 – Ron Anglin “Jongleur de Paris”
Based on a French Medieval legend, in this performance, the juggler is dressed as a jester and tells the story of a young orphan named Jaque, who after a very hard life becomes the King of the Fools and gives the gift of his talent to others!
July 26 – Capitol City Opera “A Seussome Twosome”
Let Gertrude McFuzz and Sam-I-Am show you the importance of loving yourself just as you are and of keeping an open mind–even towards green food!