Kid friendly theatre, family friendly prices.
by Greg Banks
directed by Jeremy Aluma
November 2-18, 2012
He’s the legendary Robin Hood of yore, who leads a band of Merry Men, stands up for what is right, wields a bow and arrow, defeats the Sheriff (often!) and loves Maid Marian. But in this re-imagining by Ivey Award winner Greg Banks, Robin and his yeomen are full of tricks and full of fun—and they’ll include the audience in the action. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked to yell out, “They went that way!” or cheer, “Long live Robin Hood!” in this contemporary twist on a medieval world—with live music.
adapted by Meryl Friedman
from the book by Lois Lowry
directed by Casey Stangl
February 8-24, 2013
Ten-year-old Anastasia is opinionated, sassy and funny. Really funny. Of course, she also has a funny name, but she’ll make up for it in this offbeat story taken right from the pages of her diary. It’s about all the things she loves—and hates—and what she plans to do about them. This memorable story from the Newbery Medal-winning author of The Giver is a wonderful portrait of childhood and family life, complete with all its ups and downs.
THE NIGHT FAIRY
a new adaptation by John Glore
from the book by Laura Amy Schlitz
directed by Oanh Nguyen
May 24 - June 9, 2013
Flory is a fairy no taller than an acorn, who loses her exquisite wings in a fight with a bat, falls into the garden of a "Giantess" and takes up residence in a birdhouse. This magical story from a Newbery Medal winner is as visually bewitching as the night fairy herself. But Flory is as fierce and ferocious as she is elegant, and she’s about to discover that she needs every drop of bravery—and equal amounts of understanding and compassion—in her new life among the daylight creatures.
Plays SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Argyros Stage seating chart.
No babes in arms are allowed to any performance. No children under
age four will be admitted to
Theatre for Young Audiences performances.
Regardless of age, everyone must have a ticket, sit in a seat and be
able to sit quietly through the performance.