The Secret Garden: New Family Musical Based on Classic Children's Book
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The last date listed for The Secret Garden was Friday February 18, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Wheelock Family Theatre
- Full Price:
- $20.00 - $35.00
- Our Price:
- $10.00 - $17.50
The timeless children's tale <em>Pinocchio</em> comes to the stage in an exciting new production ...Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Janice CailletRed Velvet
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I took my daughter (7yrs old) and her friend. They both loved it. I thought they might find it a little boring but they were enthralled. The singing was beautiful, the set lovely and the acting first rate. What I thought was amazing was the staff and service at Wheelock Family Theater. Everyone was super nice and they had free pizza and the drinks were only $1. It felt like a neighborhood theater with high caliber talent. A super combination for a 'family theater'. I will definitely go again.
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The acting was great and all 4 kids (3 boys and 1 girls - ages 9-13). The set on the stage is awesome as usual. Wheelock delivers again.
We have to read the close-caption on the side of the stage due to the story is base on English accent.
Mary Lennox, alone and bitter about her circumstances, is moved to the house of her absentee uncle. Through her curiosity (and a helpful robin), she discovers a long-locked garden and uncovers a family’s secret. As the garden comes back to life, Mary’s life blossoms with friendship, family, and love. The Secret Garden reveals a young person’s meaningful growth through imagination and ingenuity.
Wheelock Family Theatre founders Susan Kosoff and Jane Staab have written a musical that is true to this classic of children’s literature. This fabled tale is based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett with the musical’s book and lyrics by Susan Kosoff.
With Broadway veteran Katherine Leigh Doherty (Mary Poppins, A Little Night Music) as Mary Lennox, the cast also includes Andrew Barbato, Ellis Gage, Jacqui Parker, Jennifer Beth Glick, Russell Garrett, and Neil Gustafson.