Tickets are $12 for Adults and $8 for Children under 12.
Performances will take place at
527 Lincoln Ave, Bellevue PA 15202
Seating is limited to 55. Purchase your tickets early.
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CABARET SERIES 2018
A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes; a Disney Songbook
From Cinderella to Frozen and everything in between, come join some of Pittsburgh’s finest performers for a fun time as they serenade you with the classics and childhood favorites that put a song in your heart. Starring Kristin Pacelli, Caren Hearne, J'Quay Lamonte Gibbs, and Tyler Brignone, and featuring our emerging artist from Northgate Senior High School: Julianna Reyer. So come and enjoy a festive evening of song, silliness, stories, and of course a cocktail!
July 20 at 9PM and July 21 at 8pm. Tickets are $20/per person. Purchase tickets online and receive a complimentary item from our concessions..
When asked how to create plays for children, Constantin Stanislavski, the great master of Russian drama reportedly replied: “The same as for adults, only better.” Why does children’s theater need to better? For one thing, children make up the most demanding audience, requiring perfect honesty. If they don’t like what they are seeing, there won’t be any polite applause. Instead, there will be a lot of extra wiggling, loud whispering, and multiple trips to the bathroom.
2018 TYA Season
Jungle Book February 17-March 31, 2018
Wanda's Monster; May 5- June 9, 2018
Princess and the Pea; June 30 - August 4, 2018
The Ugly Duckling; September 15- October 27, 2018
home: December 1, 2017 - December 29, 2018
All titles and dates are subject to change.
This is a theatrical version of the familiar and beloved tale, told with gentle humor. Princess Astrid finds she has been lured from her home by Gustav the Troll as a prospective bride for the bookish Prince Eric. Although this feisty princess has no interest in either marriage or princes, she spiritedly takes a series of tests to prove that she is "a real princess." Despite the plotting of the oily courtier, Osric, Astrid and Eric are drawn to each other out of respect for the other's stubborn individualism. However, before there may be a proper happy ending, Astrid must pass a final test. This tale is entertaining for ages 4 and up.
Follow the heartwarming and comic adventures of Zelda the swan, who thinks she's a duck when she's not. Unwanted by the duck family who hatched her egg, Zelda leaves their pond to try to find a place for herself in the world. She meets the beautiful and stately Hortense, Queen of the Swans, who takes a mysterious liking to her, Timothy Turkey, the clumsiest, wackiest bird in the forest, who wants to be anything but a turkey; and a cunning hunter, whose favorite pastime is eating birds.Through charming and beautiful songs, comedic dances, and exciting adventures, children are taken on an odyssey of hope and friendship where growth is to be prized, not feared. As Zelda learns more about the world, she learns more about herself, and by the end of the play she is truly proud to be who she really is. This delightful musical is perfect for ages 3 and up.
This beautiful show by Lizzie Allen returns to Pittsburgh again this holiday season! That idyllic other world of make believe is explored with evident relish in this two hander for children aged 3 to 6. It's an intimate show, and as resourceful and imaginative as small children themselves can be when they're off in a world of their own....the adventure begins looking for Florrie and Todd's ideal home. Lizzie Allen's play for the under-sixes is rather like Beckett for beginners, a wonderfully concrete and yet infinitely playful meditation on the meaning of home. When bag lady Florrie enquires, ‘Where are we?’ and Todd replies, ‘We are here’, it is a triumphant reminder of their survival against the odds....
THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES