Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol

November 30- December 23, 2018
Directed by Michael Christopher
Based on “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Ken Ludwig and Jack Ludwig

Appropriate for all ages

This adaptation engages children of all ages into the fantastical Christmas tale. Tiny Tim is determined to have his father home for Christmas day even if it means teaching Ebenezer Scrooge a lesson in Christmas cheer. Can this clever boy and his best friend Charlotte save Christmas and change the heart of the greediest man in town? Adapted from the classic Charles Dickens’ novel, this is a heartwarming tale of compassion and forgiveness.

Produced with permission from Samuel French

Flora & Ulysses

February 1- 17, 2019
Directed by Jen Ryle
By John Glore
Based on the Novel by Kate DiCamillo

Recommended for Age 6 and up

Can a squirrel change the human heart? Author Kate DiCamillo creates complicated characters who live ordinary lives until confronted with extraordinary and often magical circumstances. A squirrel is rescued from a vacuum cleaner by 10-year-old Flora. She names him Ulysses and discovers he has been reborn a superhero who can suddenly understand Flora, fly, and even write poetry. Together they embark on an adventure full of quirky characters and bursting with heart.

Produced by special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences

The Hundred Dresses

March 15- 31, 2019
Directed by Samantha Chandler
By Mary Hall Surface
Adapted from the book by Eleanor Estes

Recommended for Age 7 and up

Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie realizes that allowing her friend to be a bully can be just as bad as acting that way herself. Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders.

Produced by special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences

Go, Dog. Go!

May 10- June 2, 2019
Directed by Deane Shellman
Story by P. D. Eastman
Adaptation by Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory
Music by Michael Koerner

Appropriate for all ages

A big and little musical world of doggy fun. Like a pop-up book that comes to life – and never stops. Olympia Family Theater's production of Go Dog Go is a canine cabaret, bringing a beloved children's classic to life with amazing physical comedy, amusing acrobatics and magic music. The dogs celebrate the many joys and challenges of life and friendship while cavorting across the OFT stage. Our show takes the spirit of the book and brings it to life in a joyful production full of excitement!

Produced by special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences

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