Public Shows

Our 2019-2020 Season

Now Showing

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Friendlier Fables and Thoughtful Tales

February 22, 2020
Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002

Join us for a collection of updated versions of some of your favorite kid stories, told with kinder twists. Cheer on friends like our not-so-ugly duckling and a boy who cries wolf for reasons you might not expect as they learn to respect themselves and others in a funny, touching, engaging show for all ages! It’s a part of the Family Fun offerings at the 11th Annual Intersections Festival at the historic Atlas Performing Arts Center.

Tickets are $15. Online tickets available here. Tickets are also available at the door.

Past Performances

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The Gift of the Mad Guy

December 8, 2019 / Harcourt UMC, Elkridge MD

Learn about generosity through the hilarious story of Jack, a gift-crazed child who believes that Christmas is about giving — specifically to HIM — until he is promised a REALLY big gift if he gives 3 of his gifts away to others. Will Jack learn that the holidays are about more than getting?


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Zombie Thoughts

October 29, 2019 / Severna Park Library, Severna Park MD

Zombie Thoughts is a funny, touching and honest look at how to deal with anxiety, in a play where the audience are the players in a video game who decide how the actors take their journey through this important subject! Written by a mother and son playwrighting duo and originally commissioned by Plan B Theatre Company in Utah, our show is best for 3rd-7th graders.


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Friendlier Fables and Thoughtful Tales

October 19, 2019 / AntFarm, Annapolis MD

Join us for a collection of updated versions of some of your favorite kid stories, told with kinder twists. Cheer on friends like our not-so-ugly duckling and a boy who cries wolf for reasons you might not expect as they learn to respect themselves and others in a funny, touching, engaging show for all ages!


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We Got It!

September 21, 2019 / Odenton Library, Odenton MD

Join us for an adventure in self-worth and empathy and all of those things that add up to all-around understanding, through several tales filled with music and laughter and a giant stuffed animal or two. The show is best for pre-K to elementary-aged kids, but is good for everyone.