From the director of last year's hit holiday musical, Mary Poppins, the sun will come out brightly during the holidays. Annie has been the gateway for millions of kids to develop a love of live theatre, with this 40th Anniversary production, a new generation gets its shot. It's the middle of the Great Depression in New York City, and hard-knocks abound, especially for Annie and her friends at the orphanage run by Miss Hannigan. But when billionaire-celebrity Oliver Warbucks requires the presence of an orphan to soften his image, Annie unexpectedly finds a way into his heart. Along the way, Warbucks attempts to help Annie find her lost parents, prompting Miss Hannigan to concoct a scheme intended to get her hands on Annie and Warbucks' cash. Featuring Patricia Hurley (Mary Poppins), Kevin McAllister (Ford Theatre's Ragtime), Rachel Zampelli (Evita), and Wilson Jermaine Heredia (Rent - Tony Award Winner).
The family holiday classic Frosty the Snowman comes to life on the stage at the Washington County Playhouse in Hagerstown. Frosty the Snowman makes a triumphant return and gets everyone in the holiday spirit! The hourlong musical is preceded by a snack lunch featuring your choice of a slice of oven baked cheese pizza or an all beef hot dog.
"In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines lived 12 little girls in two straight lines." So begins Ludwig Bemelmans' classic children's tale Madeline's Christmas, brought to life by the young actors of Encore Stage & Studio. When Miss Clavel and the girls catch the flu, it's up to the ever-resilient Madeline to save the day. Watch her whip up a holiday miracle in this charming musical at Arlington's Gunston Arts Center.
A funny and heartfelt Christmas play based on the classic 1983 movie - which itself was based on stories by legendary radio humorist Jean Shepherd. Ralphie Parker wants only one thing for Christmas: an official Red Ryder Carbin-Actions 200 shot Range Model Air Rifle!
Beth Bradley's church's Christmas pageant is predictable every year: the angel choir wears too much lipstick, the shepherds are all in their father's bathrobes, the minister's son is permanently cast in the role of Joseph. But when authoritative pageant director Mrs. Armstrong breaks her leg, it is up to Beth's inexperienced mother Grace to step in.
Once upon a time there was an evil witch. And like most evil witches she did evil things. This witch took away wonderfully creative things in the world like music, dance, and art. She hides them away in her Magical Orb so nobody can find them. One day Q finds himself very bored in this world without art and decides to explore the dark blue cave. Guess what is in the dark blue cave? You guessed it... the Witch and her Magical Orb.