SF Kids Spotlight: June '07
Searching for musical entertainment that's fun for the whole family? Look no further than Bus Barn Theatre's production of A Year With Frog and Toad. Featuring music by Robert Reale, with book and lyrics by Willies Reale, the show transports Arnold Lobel's beloved characters from the page to the stage.
Seattle Kids Spotlight: June '07
June's got plenty of entertaining offerings for the young and the young at heart. Studio East presents Tom Sawyer (June 1-10), Tacoma Musical Playhouse has The Emperor's New Clothes (June 9-17) and Stone Soup Theatre brings things home with The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. In addition, starting June 5 and running through the end of August, Seattle Children's Theatre and The Children's Museum put on The Green Sheep, an innovative and interactive theatre experience designed specifically for children ages 1-4. Parents and toddlers sit in the sheep pen as they take a stimulating journey through color, size and distance, searching for the ever elusive green sheep.
Braff, Broderick, LuPone, Osmond, et al. Will Present at Tony Awards
Matthew Broderick (© Joseph Marzullo / Retna) Zach Braff, Matthew Broderick, Harvey Fierstein, Marvin Hamlisch, Marcia Gay Harden, Mark Indelicato, John Kander,
Broadway Bares XII Raises $395,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
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Brian Murray Replaces John Glover in Project Shaw Readings
Brian Murray (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Brian Murray will replace previously announced star John Glover in the readings of George Bernard Shaw's one-acts Vill
Boston Metro Kids Spotlight: June '07
Wellesley Summer Theatre Company presents The Wind in the Willows, a classic tale of friendship. When Rat, Mole and Badger encounter the eccentric Mr. Toad, their world turns topsy-turvy. Young audiences are encouraged to use their imaginations and accept the differences of others.
LA Kids Spotlight: June '07
By Les Spindle
Here's a couple of shows that the whole family can enjoy: And Awaaay We Go to Wonderland!, billed as 10 fairy tales in one (Santa Monica Playhouse, June 16-September 30), and Quincy Long and Dennis McCarthy's The Only Child (South Coast Repertory, June 8-24), the story of a bratty girl who is eventually redeemed.