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CHARLOTTE'S WEB
by E.B. White
adapted by Joseph Robinette
directed by Laurie Woolery
October 5-26, 2014

Theatre for Young Audiences - Julianne Argyros Stage

Shhh! Listen to the sounds of morning! They tell of something exciting that happened during the night. A pig was born. His name is Wilbur. And he’s destined to become tomorrow’s bacon—until a spider with amazing skills hatches a plan. This beloved children’s fable about love and friendship comes alive onstage—in a warm and witty production that helps young people understand the ever-changing cycle of life.

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Zilah Mendoza and Larry Bates in South Coast Repertory's 2014 Theatre for Young Audiences production of Charlotte's Webby E.B. White. Photo by Ben Horak/SCR.

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Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper Fran De Leon, Brad Culver, Larry Bates and Lovelle Liquigan in South Coast Repertory's 2014 Theatre for Young Audiences production of Charlotte's Webby E.B. White. Photo by Deborah Robinson/SCR.

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Zilah Mendoza, Larry Bates and Lovelle Liquigan in South Coast Repertory's 2014 Theatre for Young Audiences production of Charlotte's Webby E.B. White. Photo by Debora Robinson/SCR.

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Brad Culver, Larry Bates and Lovelle Liquigan in South Coast Repertory's 2014 Theatre for Young Audiences production of Charlotte's Webby E.B. White. Photo by Debora Robinson/SCR.

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Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper, Lovelle Liquigan Zilah Mendoza, Fran De Leon and Larry Bates in South Coast Repertory's 2014 Theatre for Young Audiences production of Charlotte's Webby E.B. White. Photo by Debora Robinson/SCR.

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Charlotte's Web logo courtesy of South Coast Repertory.

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Charlotte's Web logo courtesy of South Coast Repertory.