By Alice McLerran, adapted by Richard Rosen
To most people, Roxaboxen was just a hill with stones, some wooden boxes, and lots of cactus. But to eight children it was a magical town of their own making - "a place that really was, and, once you've been there, always is." Magik Founder Emeritus Richard Rosen and new Managing Artistic Director Frances Limoncelli pair up to bring this heartwarming tale to life again on the Magik stage.
Based on the books by Susan Howell, illustrated by Jim Harris
Book and lyrics by Jenny Millinger, music by Todd Hulet
This take on “The Three Little Pigs” is set in the southwest among the tumbleweeds and ocotillo, as brother and sister javelinas try to outwit a coyote and end up learning what it means to be a family.
Sensory-friendly performance 2:00 p.m. Saturday, March 25th - click here for tickets!
Based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson, adapted by Frances Limoncelli
Music and lyrics by George Howe
A groovy ‘60s take on the famous tale! The Emperor is beloved as a chic trendsetter, but his ridiculous fashion tax is bankrupting the country. Determined to be a hero, one young girl travels to the royal palace to confront the superficial ruler and teach him a lesson about what really matters. But she is soon faced with a decision: should she save "His Royal Groovyness" from a world of embarrassment?
Sensory-friendly performance 2:00 p.m. Saturday, May 20 - click here for tickets!
Based on the books by Barbara Parks
Book and lyrics by Mary Heisler, music by Zina Goldrich
It's time for first grade, and Junie B. can't wait to see all her friends! But over the summer old friends have drifted away, and new ones have moved in. Junie B. soon learns that things don't always stay the same, and that doesn't have to be a bad thing.
Sensory-friendly performance 2:00 p.m. Saturday, July 1 - click here for tickets!
Wake Up, Brother Bear!
A Theatre for the Very Young production, sponsored by Whataburger
Spend your Saturday morning at The Pearl Studio!
Click here for a map to The Pearl (303 Pearl Parkway)
Theatre for the very young uses music, art and hands-on sensory experiences to connect children to literature. The Magik Theatre presents Wake Up, Brother Bear!--a unique, intimate production geared toward children ages 5 and under. Watch Brother Bear and Sister Bear experience a full year of glorious seasons: together we see a waterfall melt, meet a butterfly, chase an elusive fish and skate on an icy pond. Children are invited to join the action to help create magical moments. For children aged 5 or younger and their adults.
Every Saturday from March 11 to April 1, 2017!
Performance begins at 10:00 a.m. and runs 30 minutes.
Reservations required, seating is limited to 50 guests per show.
Tickets: $12 (Tickets required for age 1 and up.)