Musical Stage Adaptation of Tomie dePaola's Children's Story Strega Nona
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The last date listed for Tomie dePaola's Strega Nona was Sunday October 4, 2009 / 4:30pm.
Currently at Julia Morgan Theater
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I took my three God-daughters, aged 8, 11 & 13 to the Saturday 11am show. The 8-yr-old was very engaged and enjoyed it, especially because she is involved in children's theatre and performed in a play at the Julia Morgan Theatre, where the play...continued
Based on the Book by Tomie dePaola
Original Lyrics by Roberta Carlson and Thomas W. Olson
Music and Additional Lyrics by Aron Accurso
Adapted for the Stage by Thomas W. Olson
It’s been another busy day for Strega Nona, everybody’s favorite do-good witch. What with all the warts, bunions and assorted other ills she has cured in her tiny Italian village, she is way too tired to tend her goat and do the chores. She needs a helper, and, when Big Anthony stumbles into town, penniless, hungry, and eager to please, she hires him on the spot. Strega Nona warns him not to mess with her magic, especially not with her magical pasta pot. But does Big Anthony pay attention? Come see what happens when Tomie dePaola’s beloved masterpiece of children’s literature bursts into life in the best Commedia dell’arte tradition.
About the Ticket Supplier: Bay Area Children's Theatre
Bay Area Children’s Theatre (BACT) was founded in 2004 as Active Arts Theatre for Young Audiences to bring high quality theatre to family audiences in the Bay Area. They specialize in literary adaptations of great children’s books. Through challenging and exciting productions that emphasize artistic excellence, they seek to engage a new generation of theatergoers and inspire young people to open their imaginations to new worlds.