Parents and kids 5 and up will appreciate the well-made puppets, the extravagant set, and the dizzying variety of characters. By JILL KYLE-KEITH
Besides the rousing Tchaikovsky score, the show has snippets from fairy tales, re-creations from traditional stories, and new segments that work wonders. By DEBBIE MINTER JACKSON
Provoking giggles and shouts, two versatile actors draw young audiences into the classic C.S. Lewis story. By HANNAH ESTIFANOS
The show is elegant and dignified while still being full of laughs and spark that keep kids engaged and entranced. By SARAH SHAH
Part theater piece, part interactive exhibit, 'Jungle Discovery' is created and produced in partnership with Port Discovery Children's Museum in Baltimore.
A rousing ensemble of talent brings to life characters that we’ve grown up with. By DEBBIE MINTER JACKSON
The third-annual entertainment is creatively and technically excellent. By ERIC COLCHAMIRO
Stunning visuals, gorgeous puppetry, and a skilled ensemble bring Eric Carle’s stories to vivid life. By REBECCA CALKIN
The first show developed by company founders is a treat for the entire family. By DEBBIE MINTER JACKSON
A young sleuth in a slump has a passion for purple pancakes.
Celebrating 20 years in downtown Bethesda, the company will remount several of its most popular shows from the past two decades.
Based on a Brothers Grimm tale, the imaginative show is a great family outing.
In the age of tiny electronic devices for small fingers, the company celebrates its 40th year of 'inspiring a new generation of puppet enthusiasts.'
Presented by Arts on the Horizon, the show moves to 1st Stage for free performances from March 31 to April 2.
The projection and video designer talks about writing and directing 'Fitting In,' a show for two- to five-year-olds, which just premiered at Arts on the Horizon.
The clever children's play invites audience members young and old to enjoy the promise of spring and the simplicity of enthusiasm.
Play is the name of the game in this delightful children's musical.
If the cast and crew can pick up the pace, the show will be a sweet little diversion to welcome kids to the world of puppetry and live performance.
Two hours of loopy delight for the audience and a heaping helping of fun for the cast.