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The Biggest Little House in the Forest  
Children's Theatre Company The Biggest Little House in the Forest
Bernice the Butterfly has a bright, cheery home all to herself—or so she thinks. But then along comes Millie the Mouse, who wants to move in. Then Fred the Frog. And Bartholomew the Bear. And you! What happens next is an eruption of preschool-friendly chaos, with every kid invited to join in, unleash their imagination and run away to a land where friends pop up in the—oopsie doopsie!—most unexpected places. Expect feathers, bubbles and one squeal-worthy surprise after another, so bring your buddies and your favorite dancing shoes!
Huck Finn  
Children's Theatre Company Huck Finn
Run away with rapscallions Huck and Jim, finding hijinks and history and hilarity, all wrapped up in one unbreakable friendship. Director Greg Banks (Pinocchio and Robin Hood) has thunk up some whip-smart action and crackling dialogue, with three agile, high-energy actors muscling up Mark Twain’s masterwork, transforming from character to character before your eyes. We reckon it’s ’bout the best time a “sivilized” soul can have, outside of floating down the Mississip’ on a handmade raft.
Mary Poppins  
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Mary Poppins
Based on the books by P.L. Travers and the classic 1964 Walt Disney film, the stage musical is a fusion of various elements from the two. This is the story of the Banks family when a new nanny, Mary Poppins, arrives on their doorstep at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in London. The family finds that Mary Poppins is the answer to their prayers, but in the most unique and marvelous way. Along the journey we find that even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the very special nanny who proposes that "anything can happen if you let it."
  List Of Children's Shows Coming Soon
Twelve Dancing Princesses Opens Mar 6  
Hopkins Center for the Arts Twelve Dancing Princesses
Twelve sisters, all princesses, share a bedroom in which they are locked each night. Each morning, their shoes are found to have been worn through, as if the young ladies had danced all night long. A contest is begun, to discover what is going on. Whoever discovers the secret of the twelve dancing princesses will be the winner and accorded power and riches by the king. A brand new musical, produced in collaboration with Escalate Dance, continuing the performance partnership that has brought you Owl Moon and The Mitten in the past two seasons.
Shrek the Musical Opens Mar 12  
The Duluth Playhouse Shrek the Musical
Join our unlikely hero and his loyal steed, Donkey, as they embark on a quest to rescue the beautiful Princess Fiona from a fire-breathing lovesick dragon. Add the diminutive Lord Farquaad, a gang of fairy-tale misfits, and a biscuit with an attitude, and you've got the biggest, brightest musical comedy around!
One-Dog Canoe Opens Apr 10  
Hopkins Center for the Arts One-Dog Canoe
A simple canoe trip with a youngster and her dog turns into an excursion fraught with adventure, music, and creatures of the Minnesota wilderness. A special treat includes the music and lyrics adapted from the songs of of the Grammy Award winning album, "Can You Canoe," written by the fabulous The Okee Dokee Brothers.
Peter Pan the Musical Opens Apr 21  
Children's Theatre Company Peter Pan the Musical
Fly to the second star to the right and straight on ’til morning—but keep an eye out for lost boys, vicious pirates and one ravenous crocodile. Our first production of one of Broadway’s most beloved musicals, Peter Pan has more than a sprinkling of Tinker Bell’s fairy dust to max its magic, with unforgettable songs including the timeless “I Won’t Grow Up.” You’ll be hooked from the first moment, so soar with us and be ready to clap your hands and BELIEVE.
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane Opens Apr 24  
Hopkins Center for the Arts The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
Edward is a vain china rabbit who is loved and honored by his owner, Abilene. When he is accidentally lost, fear becomes a real emotion, and he begins a long, winding journey from place to place and person to person as he learns what being a feeling, caring person can mean. A lovely script by Dwayne Hartford conveys the beauty of Newbery Medal winner Kate DiCamillo's creation.
Pecos Bill and Other Tall Tales Opens May 2  
Howard Conn Fine Arts Center Pecos Bill and Other Tall Tales
How many people do you know who can talk in "Coyote" or ride the Rio Grande on a catfish? Join us for this hilarious series of adventures in American Folklore, filled with characters you won't soon forget. Meet legendary heroes Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Slue-Foot Sue, Annie Christmas, Pilly Flapjack and many more.
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Opens Jul 7  
Children's Theatre Company 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
GO! Run through the hallways, backways, stairways and sneakyways of CTC on a unique, immersive adventure. SHHH! Don’t get caught—you’re on a thrilling, top-secret mission to infiltrate an enemy submarine and capture a deadly foe. DUCK! Keep ready to move and think fast, because your commander is on his last nerve. RUN! 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a performance you’ll never forget because you’re knee-deep in the action. HALT! The final twist: an ending you’d never expect and a difficult choice that only you can make.