Peninsula Youth Theatre Presents Disney's My Son Pinocchio
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The last date listed for Disney's My Son Pinocchio was Saturday May 21, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
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- $52.00 - $71.00
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- $27.50 - $37.00
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Stage is much nicer than Palo Alto (the only other youth theater I've been to), but the singing was not as good. I really enjoyed the singing at the PA theater. They have a very talented kid (playing role of Madeline) who can really sing. My...continued
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Peninsula Youth Theatre presents another side of the beloved story of the little wooden puppet that wants to become a real boy in Disney’s My Son Pinocchio.
Disney’s My Son Pinocchio tells the familiar story from Gepetto’s point of view. As he tells the Blue Fairy, “I wished for my heart to be full, and you gave me a talking puppet.” A puppet that doesn’t follow rules, embarrasses him in front of the neighbors and has no interest in the family business — in short, a puppet that behaves just like a real little boy!
Disney’s My Son Pinocchio features music from Stephen Schwartz, the mastermind behind Wicked, Godspell and Pippin, as well as songs from the Disney animated classic including “When You Wish Upon a Star” and “I’ve Got No Strings.”
The production is directed by Michael Champlin, with musical direction by Tony Gaitan and choreography by Katie O’Bryon.
About the Ticket Supplier: Peninsula Youth Theatre
Peninsula Youth Theatre’s unique family atmosphere successfully uses theater performances and classes to develop a strong sense of self-esteem and to nurture social and communication skills that are useful in all walks of life. Peninsula Youth Theatre is committed to providing an enriching theatrical experience in their schools, thereby reinforcing the positive role the arts play in academic success.