The New Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley at Adventure Theatre
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Miraculously retaining its comic timing and timeless wit more than a century later, Jerome K. Jerome's Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) was originally published as a hilarious novel in 1889. Written as a travelogue, the lively story tells of three young men -- and a devoted terrier named Montmorency (played here by ... well, not a dog) -- on a boating holiday that quickly devolves into a series of absurd misadventures. Directed by Derek Goldman, this adaptation brings to life one of the funniest novels of all time in a must-see show. Learn More
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My almost four year old grandson had to be taken out twice because he was scared, and my almost six year old granddaughter wanted to leave early. We stayed...although my grandson and I were in the lobby part of the time. My granddaughter liked the beginning, but then she got bored because it was noisy and too much of the same. I wasn't pleased with the performance and probably won't take them there again, as the last performance we saw there was also too busy and noisy.
The New Musical Adventures of FLat Stanley
Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre Intl (MTI)
Book by Timothy A. McDonald
Lyrics by Timothy A. McDonald
Music by David Weinstein, Jonathan K. Waller, Timothy A. McDonald & Stephen Gabriel
Based on the book Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown; Illustrations by Scott Nash
Directed by Nick Olcott
Based on the popular children's book series by Jeff Brown. One night, the bulletin board on the wall above Stanley Lambchop's bed comes loose and falls -- right on top of Stanley! The next morning, he wakes up flat . . . really, really flat. He discovers that he can slide under locked doors, roll up like a mat, become a trampoline and even put himself in a big envelope and travel around the world via the postal service!
Recommended for ages 4 and up