TADA! Youth Theater Presents How to Eat Like a Child… and other lessons in not being a grown-up
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In this “kid’s guide to being a kid,” both children and adults will laugh along to comical numbers such as How to Torture Your Sister, How to Beg for a Dog, How to Understand Your Parents, How to Stay Home from School and many more. TADA! was the first company to stage this musical in 1984 without any adult actors, and it went on to be produced as a TV special starring Dick Van Dyke in 1991. Performances, February 15 through March 8, 2020.
Book by: Delia Ephron, John Forster and Judith Kahan. Music and Lyrics by: John Forster. Based on the book by: Delia Ephron. Musical Director: Calvin Hitchcock, Set Designer: Joel Sherry, Costume Designer: Ceanna Bryant, Lighting Designer: Steve O’Shea. The production will be directed by Janine Nina Trevens, TADA!’s Founder and Producing Artistic Director and choreographed by Joanna Greer, TADA!’s Associate Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer.
February 15 at 7PM, Opening Night February 17 at 12PM & 2PM – Presidents’ Day February 16, 22, 23, 29 & March 7, 8 at 2PM & 4PM February 26 at 11PM & 1PM – Special School Day Performances March 6 at 7PM
Venue: TADA! Youth Theater
15 West 28th Street, 2nd Floor
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