2019 - 2020 Season

by Allison Gregory and Steven Dietz
Children's Center for the Arts

Based on the story by P.D. Eastman
February 21 - March 6, 2020
Recommended for ages 2+

This classic children’s book comes to life on stage in an exploration of movement, color and space.  The dogs delve into life with gusto, creating a visual spectacle for the audience to feast upon.  They snorkel. They howl at the moon. They ride a Ferris wheel. They dance and climb trees all in world of doggy fun.

by William Oakley

March 26 - April 9, 2020
Recommended for ages 5+

Come help Glady, the clown, tell the story of Rumpelstiltskin.  The stage is full of crates that contain her actor.  But she’s still short a few.  Glady need sheep, cows, woodchoppers and townspeople to respond to various cues during the play.  And some pages for the King.  From beginning to end you’ll be entertained as an audience and take part in the action.  Come join the fun!

by Will Averill
Burg Theatre

April 24 - May 8, 2020
Recommended for ages 6+

Robin Hood: hero, hopeless lover, or evil criminal? Upon his return from the Crusades, King Richard is forced to try and figure out what happened in his kingdom during his absence. Is the outlaw Robin Hood a hero, a lovelorn sap or just plain mean?  Told from the perspectives of Robin himself, Maid Marian and Prince John, this hilarious tale combines three different stories into one—and with three different endings. Leaves it up to the audience to decide which one is true.

Carved out of wood by the lonely toymaker Gepetto, Pinocchio tumbles from one disaster to the next on his quest to become a real boy.

Take an unforgettable journey down the Yellow Brick Road to the magical land of Oz. Dorothy and her trusty pup Toto encounter new friends—including The Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion—and face unexpected challenges in the musical stage adaptation of the landmark 1939 MGM film. Be dazzled by the spectacular setting and charmed by its timeless score, featuring such cherished classics as “Over the Rainbow”—ultimately to discover that there’s truly no place like home.