Venue Details

170 Star Starred
Julia Morgan Theater
formerly Julia Morgan Center for the Arts 2640 College Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704
510-845-8542
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16 ratings
3.9 average rating
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60 reviews
39 stars
attended Sep 29 2007

Perfect for children. It's an interesting, not readily known children's story about a giant peach & giant bugs, which was portrayed by adults on stage with sipmple props.,... continued

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6 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 07 2007

Kids loved it. (2 boys 3.5 and 7) I enjoyed it as well.

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4 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 08 2007

Great fun. That said, I felt - especially in the beginning - they just spoke too fast! It was hard for me to understand sometimes, so it certainly might be hard for... continued

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Description

When disaster strikes his parents, James is orphaned and must go to live with his mean aunts in the country. Nothing goes right for him until a mysterious old man brings him a magical package that makes a peach grow to magnificent proportions. Stepping inside the giant peach, James discovers the joys of friendship—with a group of giant insects. Suddenly, the peach begins to roll, flattening his aunts, falling off the White Cliffs of Dover and splashing into the Atlantic Ocean. Attacked by sharks, the new friends use their ingenuity to escape, but other hair-raising adventures await them. Ages 5 and up.

About the Ticket Supplier: Bay Area Children's Theatre

Bay Area Children's Theatre (BACT) was founded in 2004 as Active Arts Theatre for Young Audiences to bring high quality theatre to family audiences in the Bay Area. They specialize in literary adaptations of great children's books. Through challenging and exciting productions that emphasize artistic excellence, they seek to engage a new generation of theatergoers and inspire young people to open their imaginations to new worlds.