Circa 'under' 21 productions

Please note: Tickets are required for everyone attending children's shows, regardless of age. Everyone must have a seat and a ticket.

Our 2022 Season

 
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Nov. 25 – Dec. 18, 2022

Brunch and Show-only performances available on select days  

 

After 1,000 years of faithful service, Santa Claus has decided to retire. But not all the elves in Santa’s Workshop are too thrilled about his chosen replacement. With the help of his tech-savvy daughter, Beatrice, website designer Nick is in for the adventure of his life as he prepares to take over the reins to Santa’s sleigh … before the next Christmas! Jingle jam-packed with a sleigh full of fun, energetic, and original Christmas music, Santa Claus: The Musical is sure to put you and your entire family in the holiday spirit!

 

 

 

Our 2023 Season

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March 30 – April 22, 2023

Show-only performances available on select days  

 

Junie B. Jones returns in this joyful show filled with new songs and new essential lessons. Based on the bestselling books, the saga of the wisecracking first-grader continues in Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School. A self-appointed expert on all things first grade, Junie B. is determined to write the ultimate guide – Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School. As she deals with writer’s block and constantly getting into trouble, Junie B. quickly realizes that she still has a lot to learn. Featuring new, upbeat songs from Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich (Junie B. Jones, The Musical, Dear  Edwina), Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School is a goofy, heartwarming show about owning up to your mistakes and how nobody is ever done learning.

 

 

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June 6 – 24, 2023

Show-only performances available on select days  

 

In this musical adaptation of everyone’s favorite sarcastic tubby tabby, Garfield awakens to find his birthday – the most important day of the year – has fallen on a Monday. The horror! To make matters worse, all his friends – Jon, Odie, Arlene, and even his nemesis, Nermal – have completely forgotten it’s his big day. Only his beloved teddy bear, Pookie, understands his disappointment. Feeling rejected, Garfield leaves the comforts of home but soon realizes in the outside there’s no T.V., the food is garbage (literally), and animal control is always just around the corner.  In the end, Garfield learns little things like, you know, the value of friendship and that “home is where the heart – and the food – is.”