Children’s Theatre Company
From a novel in 1911 to a cartoon in 1953 to a musical in 1954, the story of “Peter Pan” has been altered, changed and, now, updated.
The Children’s Theatre Company is presenting “Peter Pan the Musical.”
The Children’s Theatre Co. has announced its 50th anniversary season. Among the shows are “The Jungle Book,” ”The Wizard of Oz” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid the Musical.”
CLICK THE LINK above to hear one of the brightest stars on Broadway, Laura Osnes, talk about the Spotlight Theater Program.
Make Valentine’s Day a special time for both you and the kids.
The Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis will present the U.S. premiere of “The Cat in the Hat” next week.
Academy Award-nominated producer Bill Pohlad will share his Hollywood stories at the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis next month.
For one local Children’s Theatre Company member, scoring the lead role in “The Wizard of Oz” has truly brought her full circle.
The Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis opens its 46th season with the world premiere of “Mercy Watson to the Rescue!”, based on DiCamillo’s series about a toast-loving pig.
The Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis has extended the run of the popular musical “Annie” by an extra week — so you’ll still have time to see it “Tomorrow.”
You might not believe it watching the Minneapolis-born actor, while he’s playing his smarmy character Pete Campbell on the hit show, “Mad Men,” but Vincent Kartheiser is chock-full of “Minnesota Nice.”
The Children’s Theatre Company’s production of the classic rags-to-riches musical, “Annie” is a classic that will have you smiling ear-to-ear and falling in love with the many characters played by just a few actors.
Between their dress rehearsals and final preparations, “Daddy Warbucks” and “Annie” took a few moments out of their busy schedule to share a few tidbits on what the highly anticipated Children’s Theatre Company debut of “Annie” has in store.
Target Field is truly a gem for downtown Minneapolis, especially for families looking for a great day of family fun. While the ballpark may be what lures families to the area, it also makes for a good excuse to check out other all-age activities while you’re in the area.