Aurora Children's Playhouse: Family-Friendly Show With Puppeteers, Magicians and More
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The last date listed for Aurora Children's Playhouse was Saturday August 25, 2012 / 10:00am.
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The beloved children's book from the ever-inventive Dr. Seuss comes to life onstage at Aurora Theatre, as a talented cast of eight actors and puppeteers tell the tale of the world's most mischievous cat. When Mom steps out to run some errands one rainy afternoon, Sally and her brother soon find themselves playing unwitting hosts to a cat, decked out in a signature bow tie and towering red and white hat, and his havoc-wreaking cohorts: Thing One and Thing Two. Despite objections from the family's talking goldfish, mayhem ensues ... and it won't be too long before Mom makes her way home. Directed by Jaclyn Hoffman, The Cat in the Hat is full of wild and wacky fun for young ones. Learn More
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Aurora Theatre assembles the best children’s performers in the region, bringing them to Gwinnett County for the series Aurora Children’s Playhouse. Beginning this August and running through the school year in segments corresponding with Aurora Theatre’s main stage programing, families will find a tremendous variety of performances, with more shows than ever before including many exciting new performers as well as returning audience favorites.
School is back in session and so is Aurora Children’s Playhouse with three dynamic performances this August. “That Puppet Guy”, Lee Bryan, returns to Aurora Children’s Playhouse to kick off the season with his hilarious puppet show The Giant, The Beanstalk & Jack. Fee-Fi-Fo-Fun! Based on the timeless tale of a lazy boy named Jack who outwits a Giant to get the gold and save his farm. This innovative mini-musical combines original songs with rod puppets, hand puppets, and shadow puppets all in one show.
Aurora Children’s Playhouse features puppeteers, magicians, storytellers, jugglers and musicians intended for youngsters to have their first theatrical experiences. At about 45 minutes in length, perfect for the young attention span, these lively performances are fun for the whole family.