|Oct 10–11||4th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival||7–18||Aug 11–Sep 6||ACA|
|Nov 12–16||Pippi Longstocking||7–12||Aug 12–Sep 10||ACA|
|Dec 12–14||Being Borrowed||13–18||Oct 4–18||ACA|
|Jan 2–3||6th Annual Alumni Show||12th and up||Nov 1–14||ACA|
|Mar 12–15||Hairspray||7–18||Nov 24–Dec 8||Regent|
Join us as Arlington Children's Theatre and Arlington Center for the Arts present their 2014 collaborative production! Every year, these productions bring great childrens' literature to life, welcoming local schoolchildren to the theatre and introducing the excitement of a theatrical production into the classroom.|
This year's production is Pippi Longstocking, adapted for the stage from the stories of Astrid Lindgren by Thomas W. Olsen: On the outskirts of town stands a ramshackle house. It may not seem like much 'til you peek through the railings — then, there's a horse on the porch, a monkey in the kitchen and a freckle faced, red-pigtailed, whirlwind of a girl in mismatched stockings presiding over all! This is the domain of — ready? — Pippilotta Delicatessa Windowshade Mackrelmint Ephraim's Daughter Longstocking.
|An original absurdist play, in which one man, Charles, struggles to find himself, questions the reality of realism, and doubts that matter matters and, of course, falls in love (with a rock). With ACT's first original play, actors will be a part of the unique process of producing an original work: staged reading, workshop of specific scenes, auditions, and of course performance.|
If you would like to be in an ACT production, please plan your vacations and other schedules accordingly so that you don't miss anything!
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