Children's Musical Strega Nona from Adventure Theatre
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The last date listed for Strega Nona was Sunday May 3, 2009 / 1:30pm.
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This holiday season, there's a mystery afoot and Shirley the Partridge is on the case. Based on the beloved Christmas carol The Twelve Days of Christmas, this new Yuletide adventure by award-winning playwright Renee Calarco follows Shirley as she tries to placate feuding French hens, retrieve the geese, who've flown south for the winter, and recover the stolen five golden rings in time for Christmas. Helen Hayes Award winner Deidra LaWan Starnes stars in this fun holiday celebration for the whole family. Learn More
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Adventure Theatre always does a nice job. I have a 2.5 year old, and this play was not very good for him. There was little "action" and the accents were somewhat hard for young ears to understand. My husband and I really liked the play, but it would have been better for a 4-year-old or older.
<p>Based on the Caldecott Award winning book by Tomie de Paola
Adapted for the stage by Thomas W. Olson
Original lyrics by Roberta Carlson and Thomas W. Olson
Music by Aron Accurso
Director Ray Cullom</p> <p>Adventure Theatre is proud to partner with Manna Food Center for a food drive that will fight hunger in Montgomery County. Manna Food Center serves more than 775 families and 600 school children every week! Please bring boxed and canned food to Adventure Theatre throughout the run of Strega Nona.</p>
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.