Kids Series


Miss Nelson Has a Field Day

Return to Horace B. Smedly School, where the Tornadoes have never won a football game. After Coach Armstrong goes bonkers, kind-hearted Miss Nelson comes to the rescue and enlists as Coach Swamp to save the day! Based on the children’s book Miss Nelson Has a Field Day. Curriculum Connections: Problem Solving Techniques, Social/Emotional Development, Inference, Theater Arts, Music Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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Showtime with Shakespeare

No matter what…the show must go on! Jack and Annie learn this when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to meet William Shakespeare himself-one of the greatest writers of all time! Based on the critically- acclaimed book series by Mary Pope Osborne. Curriculum Connections: Classic Literature Introduction, Social Awareness, Responsible Decision Making, Rhyming Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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The Snowy Day and Other Stories

Celebrate the magic and wondrous possibilities of the first snowfall in the city with Peter and his friends as they make tracks in the freshly fallen snow, learn to whistle, and create new worlds using their imagination! Based on the adaptation of the The Snowy day and other stories. Curriculum Connections: Language Arts, Characterization, Creative Play, Self-Discovery, Science Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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Wilde Creatures

A motley crew of talented storytelling musicians bring Oscar Wilde’s classic fairy tales to life packed with fantastical adventure. Hauntingly beautiful tall tales for everyone told with original live music and a generous dash of comedy. Curriculum Connections: Literature, Symbolism, Comprehension, Theater, Music, Emotional & Social Development Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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1984

As our modern world grapples with the threats and benefits of technological integration, Aquila Theatre’s production of 1984 provides a space to appreciate the value of individual thought – an evocative and timely narrative of personal freedom against political repression. Today, Orwell’s prescient story resonates around the globe as individuals, systems, and governments clash. 1984 is a classic by one of literature’s most significant authors and provides the kind of evocative and innovative storytelling that suits Aquila’s bold, ensemble driven, physical style. Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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Peter Rabbit™ Tales

Peter Rabbit, his sister Flopsy and his cousin Benjamin are all grown up with families of their own. Mischievous by nature, the cousins set out on an adventure when the nasty badger, Tommy Brock, decides to steal the babies. Based on three of Beatrix Potter’s “rabbit tales”. Curriculum Connections: Characterization, Foreshadowing, Protagonist, Antagonist, and Music. Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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Diary of a Wombat

Meet Mothball, the naughtiest wombat in Australia. Bored with her daily routine, Mothball creates chaos for the humans around her. She discovers with a bit of persistence, humans are quite easily trained. Based on Jackie French and Bruce Whatley’s International Bestseller. Curriculum Connections: Science: Environmental and Animals, Creative Thinking, Literacy, Theater, Music Tickets on sale August 19th For school reservations call: 409-886-5535

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