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Double Trouble  
Imagination Stage Double Trouble
Lottie and Lisa are ten-year-old twins who are being raised separately by their divorced parents. When the girls meet unexpectedly at summer camp they discover their true relationship, and the high stakes, madcap adventure begins. Having switched places, the girls discover that their deception is hard to sustain. Will their parents be convinced that the sisters belong together?
Garfield, The Musical With Cattitude  
Adventure Theatre MTC Garfield, The Musical With Cattitude
Garfield, a chubby and sarcastic tabby cat fantasizes about having the most amazing birthday in the history of birthdays. He deserves it for being the best cat ever! But, it seems that all his friends – Arlene, Odie, Jon and even his nemesis, Nermal, seem to have forgotten. Feeling rejected, Garfield ventures out to find adventure, but quickly learns that “home is where the heart… and the food is.”
Peter Pan  
Tysons Corner Center Peter Pan
Fly off to Neverland with the Darling children in this innovative, fully immersive production of Peter Pan, which The Boston Globe called "truly jaw-dropping." Held in the one-of-a-kind Threesixty Theatre located at Tysons Corner Center, this exciting new take on J.M. Barrie's classic tale sets the actors down right in the middle of the audience, combining theater-in-the-round with a 360-degree projected backdrop to create dazzling flying sequences 40 feet in the air. Chock-full of action and enchanting puppets, this is Peter Pan for the 21st century. Experience all the fun and adventure of this beloved story like never before.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves  
The Puppet Co. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
When Snow White meets seven vertically challenged bachelors, she discovers that everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses, and that friendship and teamwork make any challenge smaller. Based on the Grimm fairytale, this production takes the Puppet Co.’s usual sideways view of the popular story, giving it timeliness and humor for adults as well as kids.
UniverSoul Circus  
National Harbor UniverSoul Circus
Celebrating 21 years under the big top, UniverSoul Circus features music, theatrical performances, incredible circus acts and loads of fun. You'll see flashy Caribbean dancers from Trinidad, acrobats and high-flying trapeze artists from China, mind-boggling contortionists from Ethiopia, funny clowns from South Africa and Guinea, plus lions, zebras and much more. Coming to National Harbor, and led by energetic host Lucky, UniverSoul Circus will challenge your imagination with fun, funky and bold performances that reflect a wide range of cultural diversity.
  List Of Children's Shows Coming Soon
The BFG Opens Jul 14  
The National Theatre The BFG
From author Roald Dahl's beloved story comes the stage adaptation of the dreamy adventure and unlikely friendship between a 12-year-old orphan and a big friendly giant. Sophie discovers the BFG outside of her bedroom window late one night and travels with him to his home in giant country. There she's introduced to his jumbly world that features fizzy drinks that bubble downward, jars filled with good dreams that the BFG delivers to children, and a host of not-so-nice giants hungry for "human beans." Dahl's story is a children's literature favorite, and this 90-minute adaptation brings a careful balance of spooky charm and kid-friendly humor. Catch 2014's most-nominated theatrical production as it makes its giant leap to The National Theatre in D.C. this summer! Score your tickets now during Goldstar's pre-sale.
Cirque du Soleil - Varekai Opens Jul 22  
Patriot Center Cirque du Soleil - Varekai
Cirque du Soleil's Varekai whisks you away to an extraordinary world where anything is possible. A solitary young man parachutes into a magic forest, where he meets fantastic creatures and embarks on an adventure full of extraordinary and whimsical experiences. In the Romany language -- the language of the Gypsies -- "varekai" means "wherever," and this fantastic journey pays tribute to the wandering spirits who began the circus tradition, roaming entertainers whose travels might take them anywhere. As the show's hero explores the forest, you'll travel with him to witness high-flying aerial acts, astounding acrobatics, hilarious clowns and the Icarian games: an ancient circus art that presents a thrilling display of human juggling as the performers catapult through the air and make unbelievable landings on their partners. This fantastical adventure spectacle takes place at the Patriot Center.