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TODAY'S EVENTS, APRIL 22, 2018
1:30 PM

Based on the short story by Oscar Wilde
Adapted for the stage by Nicki Bloom
Directed by Andy Packer
Produced by Slingsby, Adelaide, Australia

MARION HUBER THEATER

Best for ages 8 and up

The entire kingdom is invited to the coronation of the Young King! Once the Lost Prince, he has been restored from his rustic woodland life to his rightful place on the throne. The Young King now wishes to celebrate with all his people, surrounded by the bountiful riches and beautiful treasures of this land.

Slingsby—the much-acclaimed children's theater company of Adelaide, South Australia—has thrilled audiences internationally with their imaginative and engaging storytelling, drawing in the young and the young-at-heart. This Spring, Two River continues our season of productions for family audiences with the company's enchanting, moving, and immersive adaptation (children are invited to participate throughout the show!) of the fairytale by Oscar Wilde.

"Slingsby uses traditional storytelling, unique and interactive stagecraft, puppetry and live music to immerse audiences in the otherworldly kingdom of Oscar Wilde's The Young King," says The New Victory Theater of New York, where the production had its American premiere last year. "As two actors and one musician bring to life a tale of challenging choices and rich rewards, audiences will greet the heir apparent, explore on foot the riches of the land and discover the path to the Young King's coronation."

 

The Young King is recommended for audiences ages 8 and up. Tickets are $25. 

 

Winner of the 2017 People's Choice Award at the International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) Showcase

Please arrive up to 30 minutes prior to the advertised performance start time for the pre-show coronation celebrations.

 Relaxed Performance: Saturday, April 21 at 4 pm. More info here


 

3:00 PM

By Brian Friel
Directed by Jessica Stone

JOAN AND ROBERT RECHNITZ THEATER

Five sisters, one Irish summer, and the boy who remembers it all.

Brian Friel’s “ravishing memory play” (The New York Times) about five unmarried sisters on the west coast of Ireland in 1936 won the 1992 Tony Award for Best New Play—and the hearts of audiences. Directed by Jessica Stone (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Absurd Person Singular), Dancing at Lughnasa promises to cast a warm and luminous theatrical spell with its portrait of love, hardship, and, above all else, family. 

WINNER TONY AWARDS 1992 BEST PLAY!  

"This play does exactly what theater was born to do" - The New York Times

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4:00 PM

Based on the short story by Oscar Wilde
Adapted for the stage by Nicki Bloom
Directed by Andy Packer
Produced by Slingsby, Adelaide, Australia

MARION HUBER THEATER

Best for ages 8 and up

The entire kingdom is invited to the coronation of the Young King! Once the Lost Prince, he has been restored from his rustic woodland life to his rightful place on the throne. The Young King now wishes to celebrate with all his people, surrounded by the bountiful riches and beautiful treasures of this land.

Slingsby—the much-acclaimed children's theater company of Adelaide, South Australia—has thrilled audiences internationally with their imaginative and engaging storytelling, drawing in the young and the young-at-heart. This Spring, Two River continues our season of productions for family audiences with the company's enchanting, moving, and immersive adaptation (children are invited to participate throughout the show!) of the fairytale by Oscar Wilde.

"Slingsby uses traditional storytelling, unique and interactive stagecraft, puppetry and live music to immerse audiences in the otherworldly kingdom of Oscar Wilde's The Young King," says The New Victory Theater of New York, where the production had its American premiere last year. "As two actors and one musician bring to life a tale of challenging choices and rich rewards, audiences will greet the heir apparent, explore on foot the riches of the land and discover the path to the Young King's coronation."

 

The Young King is recommended for audiences ages 8 and up. Tickets are $25. 

 

Winner of the 2017 People's Choice Award at the International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) Showcase

Please arrive up to 30 minutes prior to the advertised performance start time for the pre-show coronation celebrations.

 Relaxed Performance: Saturday, April 21 at 4 pm. More info here


 

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