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LITTLE WOMEN
Based on the cherished novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women tells the story of the four March Girls, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, as they grow to adulthood in Civil War era New England. The girls endure hardships and privations, and eventually even a tragic loss,...
PINOCCHIO
Pinocchio talks, walks, and ends up getting into big trouble when two foppish scallywags, Candlewyck and Sterling, latch onto the stringless puppet and cart him off to the circus. With a little help from a friendly clown, Pinocchio outsmarts the rapscallions only to...
PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT, EBENEZER
It's the holiday season at Scrooge & Marley's Saloon in the Wild West, but the gun-slinging, tight-fisted Scrooge has everyone feeling cold and miserable. It's up to the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Comin' Up to show Scrooge the true meaning of Christmas in...
THE VELVETEEN RABBIT
This is the classic story of the Velveteen Rabbit, or how toys become real. It is a heartwarming, interactive play for children. This show was first produced by Attic Players in Tallahassee, Florida, in 1999. Eight actors will play the roles of Old Horse, Boy,...
WHO KILLED THE TAX MAN?
When the Woodcutter and his wife accidentally poison the Tax Man who has come to their cottage to collect, the couple panics and leaves the body outside the Doctor’s house. The Doctor, thinking it is a patient who has died waiting for him, dumps the body in the garden...