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Sep. 16 • 10 am
Sep. 17 • 10 am & 1 pm
In this classic tale, the little red hen fi nds a grain of wheat and asks for help from the other barnyard animals to plant it. None of the other animals want to help her. As the wheat grows, the hen asks for help to harvest the grain, mill it into fl our, and bake it into bread. Again, no one volunteers to help her. Finally, her warm, delicious bread is ready. Should she share her well earned reward with those who refused to help her?
Artwork created by students at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, Lancaster, PA
What the Audience is saying:
“What a great way to introduce the world of pretend and fantasy to children.” -Shannon
“Mr. Malcolm's warm voice is inviting children of all ages to join in the fun of interacting with the characters. Especially when the children are brought on stage.”?
“We feel that Mr. Malcolm’s Children’s Theatre is a wonderful way to introduce young people to live theatre in a comfortable atmosphere. ” -Frank and MaryAnn Gohr