Repertoire of family shows terrific for Art Centers, Museums, Family Fun Nights etc…
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Ireland, 1601 – Join the crew of Irish pirate Grace O'Malley. Experience the high sea adventure with Irish jigs, folktales and sea chanteys. Dare to challenge Blackbeard, the dreaded pirate.

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Storyland – Cinderella is about to marry the Prince, but her Fairy Godmother appears with a riddle to be solved first. Join various fairytale characters in the hilarious search for the answer. Sing, dance, hide from the Giant and become a pixie in Fairy Godmother's magical Storyland.

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England, 1599 – The splendor of Elizabethan history, manners and customs, court dancing, and ladyship and knighthood exhibitions are all magnificently explored and brought to life with Lady Celia Beaumont.

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Pennsylvania, 1730s – Come celebrate spring with servant Katie Cotswold in this young Colonial village. Meet the townsfolk, join in the chores, games and frolics, and take a turn in the Maypole dance.

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Present – Mother Nature and her friends reveal the delicate balance of the ecosystem. This show whimsically yet pointedly illustrates the theme of respect for our planet and all its creatures.

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New England, 1890s – Enroll in Miss Mabel Weatherby's schoolhouse. Bring your primers and a clean slate for a lesson in the three R's with fun recitations, spelling bees and a square dance at the spring jubilee.

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Virginia, 1616 – Dance with John Smith, chant with Chief Powhatan, harvest the planting mounds and test your bravery in a bat-filled cave as you help Pocahontas prepare for her vision quest.

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North Pole – Audiences delight in this holiday spectacular. Share the good cheer of the yuletide with Mrs. Claus and Herbie the Elf. Partake in the stories, sing holiday songs and dance with the Sugarplum Fairies in this jolly celebration.

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Sleepy Hollow, 1799 – Katrina Van Tassle reveals the secret adventure of Ichabod Crane. Hobgoblins abound, skeletons high-step in a graveyard dance and even Rip Van Winkle makes an appearance this spooky--but not scary, Halloween tale.

 


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