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Junie B. Jones, The Musical; A Christmas Story, The Musical; Buffalo Soldier; Disney's Beauty and the Beast; The Little Engine that Could
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Junie B. Jones is a spunky 6-year-old who
sings and dances her way through the
adventures of first grade with the help of
her “top secret personal beeswax journal.”
More about the show
Featuring an ensemble of talented young actors, catchy tunes, and
energetic dance numbers, this Tony-nominated musical re-imagines
young Ralphie’s quest for the perfect Christmas gift. Both sharply clever
and sentimental, A Christmas Story is nostalgic, quirky, holiday fun.
Suggested for ages 8 and up. Mild adult language. 2 hours 15 minutes
This fascinating story of Richmond native Jones
Morgan, one of the original Buffalo Soldiers, was
selected by the Pentagon as a morale booster after
9/11, becoming the first professional play in history
to be performed within the Pentagon’s walls.
The timeless fairytale musical returns to
the November Theatre for the first time
since it was staged in 2006. The magic of
Beauty and the Beast will charm children
and adults alike.
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The Little Engine that Could is a classic story of optimism and hard work that will delight young theatre-goers. Based on the 1906 sermon by Reverend Charles S. Wing, children will follow along with the little locomotive as he bravely puffs faster and faster “I think I can, I think I can”.
Length: 1 hour
Suggested for ages 3 and up.
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