Three Little Birds: New Reggae Musical From the Marleys
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Featured review from Anne.Holtz
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Three Little Birds was a really fun show. The set and costumes were vibrant and the cast was extremely talented. It takes a special skill to create performances that appeal to kids without talking down to them -- this show certainly met the mark. My 2 YO and 4 YO boys both really enjoyed it. I have always enjoyed taking my kids to shows (and classes) at Adventure Theater in Glen Echo. While it's a small space, and usually has shows with small casts and minimalist sets, the performances still manage to seem larger than life. I highly recommend.
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This was a great show! It was supposed to be for children, but everyone would learn from it. I loved this and from what I understand, the Marleys were impressed as well. I would recommend this production to everyone (especially if you have kids).
Quotes & Highlights
- The March 15th show is a pajama party, with milk and cookies after the show.
Based on the story by Cedella Marley
Music & Lyrics by Bob Marley
Adapted for the stage by Michael J. Bobbitt
Additional music & lyrics by John L. Cornellius, II
Directed by Nick Olcott
The show runs approximately one hour, and is recommended for those ages four and older.