2015 Family Series at the Queens Theatre

QTThere’s something for everyone to enjoy during the 2014-2015 Family Series of performances at the Queens Theatre; and with tickets that are either free or just $14 – now is the time to plan your visit with the whole family.

  • Sunday, February 8th at 1pm/3pm: Charlotte’s Web, Theatreworks’ production is based on E.B. White’s story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte.
  • Sunday, February 22nd at 1pm/3pm: School of American Ballet Presents: Beauty of Ballet, The School of American Ballet returns with their introduction to the wonders of ballet featuring excerpts from classic ballets, demonstrations, and more. (*This event is FREE, No tickets or reservations required. Seating is first come, first served.)
  • SUNDAY, March 29th at 1pm/3pm: Junie B. Jones, based on the books by Barbara Park, this musical tells the story of a first-grader named Junie B. Jones. Hear about Junie’s experiences as a first grader, like joining a kickball team, stubbing her toe and meetings new friends, all told through original music and dance!
  • Sunday, April 12th at 1pm/3pm: Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Have you ever had a really rotten day? Alexander has!  He wakes up with gum in his hair, he trips on a skateboard, and then he accidentally drops his sweater in the sink – all before breakfast! Laugh and sing along with Alexander’s misadventures in this uproarious musical based on the best-selling classic book. Discover along with Alexander that sometimes, everyone has a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
  • Sunday, May 31st at 1pm/3pm: Click, Clack, Moo! , “Cows that type? Hens on strike! Whoever heard of such a thing!” When his granddaughter Jenny comes for a visit, Farmer Brown declared the farm a “tech-free zone.” So the cows go on strike and the chickens join them in solidarity. A hilariously “mooooo-ving” musical about negotiation and compromise, based on the Caldecott Honor Book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin.