Three Little Birds: New Reggae Musical From the Marleys
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The last date listed for Three Little Birds was Saturday April 13, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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It's a jungle out there and Adventure Theatre MTC takes you into the wild to follow the story of Mowgli, a human child living among the creatures of the jungle. Orphaned as an infant and raised by wolves, The Jungle Book chronicles young Mowgli's adventures growing up in the animal kingdom. Based on Rudyard Kipling's time-honored tales this enchanting performance features the beloved characters Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther, as well as the fearsome tiger Shere Khan, who has pledged to kill Mowgli. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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 ":http://www.cedellamarleydesign.com/
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.