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Adventure Theatre MTC at Glen Echo Park
7300 MacArthur Blvd. Glen Echo, MD 20812
301-634-2270
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The weather was cold and rainy.. I wore a sweater, pants and boots .
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The park is beautiful to walk through, and don't forget to visit the playground. We arrived early and were able to catch a 1:00 puppet show prior to the performance
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attended Nov 24 2012

Adventure Theatre was an exciting and well performed play. Actors are superb.

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attended Nov 25 2012

Great performance! My eight year old daughter loved the show!!!

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attended Nov 24 2012

I was pleasantly surprised at how well this play was done, given the small space/cast. I thought the girl who played Laura was very true to her character. I am an avid LHOTP fan, and it was great to see lots of different pieces pulled into one...continued

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Website

http://www.adventuretheatre-mtc.org/seeashow/professional/...

Description

This show is recommended for ages 4 and up.

Please allow for additional time to walk through Glen Echo Park. Adventure Theatre MTC is located past the carousel in the Arcade Building, on the left-hand side across from the Cuddle Up.

About the Ticket Supplier: Adventure Theatre MTC

Adventure Theatre MTC is a leading arts organization in the D.C. region, focused on youth and family theater performances and high quality musical theater training. Serving nearly 75,000 people annually, ATMTC's award-winning professional productions, training, student productions and ensembles, inspire young people's imagination and creativity, and cultivate new generations of artists and audiences.