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Ruckus in the Lobby

REBECCA JACOBSON
10:30 am Saturdays through Dec. 28., Saturday October 26 | $5.
Artists Repertory Theatre
1515 SW Morrison St.
 
Traveling Lantern Theatre Company, a touring troupe that presents interactive children’s theater, brings a series of Saturday-morning performances to the Artists Rep lobby. The company will rotate three shows in the fall—The Caterpillar Hunter (a backyard “vegetable safari” led by a character based on Steve Irwin), Greek Mythology (tales of gods and mortals) and Bilbo’s Journey (which is just what it sounds like)—before a six-week run of A Christmas Carol in the winter. Performances last about 45 minutes and are recommended for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. See travelinglantern.com for full schedule.



Where: Artists Repertory Theatre
Phone: 241-1278
Address: 1515 SW Morrison St.
Website: http://www.travelinglantern.com/artistsrep.php

 
 
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