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“The Ice Child” and a musical called “Blueberries for Sal” are among the offerings.
Irony and subtext go out the window in the roles of Charlie Brown, the fairy Tinker Bell and more.
Where to watch “Tinker Bell,” “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and more.
See a classic at Creative Cauldron; a beloved musical at Imagination Stage; and a new drama at the Kennedy Center.
“Prince and the Pauper” set in India at Imagination Stage; “Digging Up Dessa” at Kennedy Center.
See ‘The Wiz’ at Ford’s Theatre and ‘Judy Moody & Stink’ at Adventure Theatre.
“Annie” is running at Olney and “Twelfth Night” is at Shakespeare Theatre, among others.
“The Smartest Girl in the World,” “How I Became a Pirate” and “The Adventures of Peter Pan.”
Olney Theatre is staging the story of the English flower seller set 9 years later than the original story.
For little ones, “Jungle Book” and “Aladdin”; for older kids, “Ragtime” and “Raisin.”
At least three Washington-area companies are jumping on the trend of shows for the 0-to-6 crowd.
“Ella Enchanted,” “The Freshest Snow Whyte” and “Hamlette” put a 2017 spin on very old tales.
“Mary Poppins” and “The Secret Garden” top a variety of shows in the Washington area.
“Freaky Friday” and “Sense & Sensibility” top the list of offerings for older kids.
Adventure Theatre stages “Jumanji,” and at Olney, it’s Gibert & Sullivan.
“The Little Mermaid,” “The Man in the Iron Mask” top a full slate of summer theater.
“Emperor’s Nightingale” at Adventure Theatre reimagines Hans Christian Andersen tale.
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