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Brooklyn Center Presents

The Monster Who Ate My Peas

March 2

In this musical based on Danny Schnitzlein's book, a boy makes a deal with a crafty moster. Grades: PreK—2

Tickets: $8


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Brooklyn Center Presents

The Golden Dragon Acrobats

March 14

Direct from China, a spectacular performance of award-winning acrobatics. Grades: 1—5

Tickets: $8

Brooklyn Center Presents

The Improvised Shakespeare Co. presents SHAKE IT UP!

March 16

Improv and audience interaction are used to give students a deeper appreciation of Shakespeare. Grades: 7—12

Tickets: $8


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Brooklyn Center Presents

The Very Hungry Caterpillar and other Eric Carle Favourites

Mar 24-Apr 1

The Little Caterpillar with the enormous appetite returns to Brooklyn! Grades: PreK—2

Tickets: $8


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Brooklyn Center Presents

The BFG (Big Friendly Giant)

April 5

Roald Dahl's magical tale is brought to life with huge puppets in this new family musical. Grades: 1—4

Tickets: $8


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Brooklyn Center Presents

Clifford the Big Red Dog™ -- LIVE!

April 18

Embark on a new musical adventure with everyone's favorite giant dog! Grades: PreK—2

Tickets: $8

Brooklyn Center Presents

Mexico Beyond Mariachi: Cinco de Mayo Celebration

May 9

A musical celebration of the history, traditions, and folklore of our neighbors to the south. Grades: 1—4

Tickets: $8


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Brooklyn Center Presents

Alexander, Who's Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move

May 13

Based on Judith Viorst's best-selling series, this new musical teaches us that home is where your family is. Grades: K—2

Tickets: $8

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