Go, Dog. Go! Children's Musical Presented by Northwest Children's Theater
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The last date listed for Go Dog, Go! was Friday April 1, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Northwest Children's Theater presents a musical version of the beloved children's tale Peter Pan. The young and talented Martin Tebo takes to the air as the boy who never grows up, while John Ellingson plays his nemesis, the pirate Captain Hook, and local comedian Kevin-Michael Moore portrays Smee. Follow their adventures through Neverland along with Wendy, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys and all your favorite characters. This production is a thrill from start to finish, featuring epic sword fights between Hook's pirates and Peter's lost boys. Plus, Peter and his friends will take flight thanks to NWCT's redesigned set that has a fly system and allows for more elaborate sets and lighting. Learn More
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- The sound of toddlers laughing uproariously at Ellingson's foibles and other highly physical scenes involving the large cast proved that "Go, Dog. Go!" passes the kid test. -- The Oregonian
Northwest Children’s Theater and School Presents Go, Dog. Go!
Story by P.D. Eastman, adapted by Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory, music by Michael Koerner
“Big dog!” “Little dog!” “Big dogs and little dogs!”
Bark by popular demand! Straight from the pages of P.D. Eastman’s children’s classic, Go, Dog. Go! is a rollicking free-for-all musical world of doggy fun, complete with crooning canines that dance and drive!
“Some big dogs and some little dog going around in cars!”
A barking cast and howling tunes make this show a ‘tail-wagging’ good time! With an ensemble lead by John Ellingson (the Cat in the Hat from NWCT’s Seussical), this show pulls a troupe of fourteen actors and acrobats and live musicians on stage to create this doggy display!
“Dogs at work.” “Work, dogs, work!” “Dogs at play.” “Play, dogs, play!”
Directed by NWCT Artistic Director Sarah Jane Hardy, this charming adaptation by Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory aims to “celebrate and explore the existing words and pictures… in the same way that a child (and parent) can read through Mr. Eastman’s book night after night and find something new and remarkable with every turn of the page!” This much-requested remount again features acclaimed NWCT Artist in Residence John Ellingson as the MC Dog, with an ensemble cast including Claire Aldridge, Emily Bryan, Connor Delaplane, Madeleine Delaplane, Peter Elgee, Grover Hollway, Bryan Kinder, Stephanie Roessler, and Sophie Shely.
“A green dog over a tree.” “The green dog is up!” “Go, dogs. Go! The light is green now!”
In a city renowned for its ‘green approach’ to everything from civic planning to the arts, NWCT is proud to announce that Go, Dog. Go! will be produced with a focus on using reclaimed materials, in cooperation with the The ReBuilding Center. Contact NWCT for more information on this partnership!
“Do you like my hat?” “I do. What a hat! I like it! I like that party hat!”
Award-winning costumes by Mary Rochon turn plain old actors into playful pooches, while lights by Jeff Forbes sparkle and shine on an inventively flexible set by Patrick Larsen, and props by kollodi and music direction by Rodolfo Ortega makes this show a colorful canine cabaret!
“Big dogs, little dogs, red dogs, blue dogs, yellow dogs, green dogs, black dogs, and white dogs are all at a dog party! What a dog party!”
Go, Dog. Go! is presented through special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences. It is produced in part through the support of the Collins Foundation, Regional Arts and Culture Council and Work for Art, James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, the NWCT Producers Guild, and NWCT Donor Circle Members.
About the Ticket Supplier: Northwest Children's Theater & School
The mission of Northwest Children's Theater and School is to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of young audiences. NWCT produces five Mainstage shows per year and administers one of the largest theater schools on the west coast.