BOX OFFICE 973.971.3706
SHOWTIMES 11:00AM and 1:30PM (unless otherwise noted)
TICKETS $10 Members / $12 General Public
SUBSCRIPTIONS $24 (Your choice of any three children’s performances.)
Recommended for ages 3-9. Please plan to arrive at the Museum at least fifteen minutes prior to the performance to allow time for parking. Tickets purchased online will be available at the Will Call desk on the day of the performance.
A sparkling collection of holiday stories from different cultures including Christmas, Kwanzaa and Chanukah. Crafted and set to music by Tony-Award winner Larry Hochman, this magical presentation is designed to warm the hearts and perhaps change the perspective of young audiences as they think about the true meaning and spirit of the holiday season.
All patrons are welcome at these special performances. We will adapt these performances in order to make the shows more accessible to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Attendees are invited to “meet their seat” in advance of each performance and explore the lobbies and seating areas. Please call 973.971.3706 to arrange a visit.
JOURNEY TO CANDYLAND
MONDAY, DECEMBER 28 AT 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
It’s the holidays. Join balloon artists Allyn and Annie Gooen as they fill the stage with extraordinary balloons taking the entire
audience on a creative journey to Candyland.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29 AT 11:00AM and 1:30PM
Jeff Boyer Productions
A Bubble Volcano! A Bubble roller coaster! A kid in a bubble? Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max in this bubble extravaganza. Jeff juggles bubbles, sculpts and builds with bubbles, makes fog-filled bubbles, and more.
BLACK HISTORY LASER TRIBUTE
MONDAY, JANUARY 18 AT 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
Prismatic Magic, Inc.
Celebrate some of the profound contributions of African-Americans in an exciting new way. Transformative historical events such as the Tuskegee Airmen and Dr. King’s landmark “I Have a Dream” address are brought to life using dazzling laser animations. Audience members participate by singing musical classics from Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin, artists who helped lay the foundation of today’s popular music.
MISS NELSON IS MISSING
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AT 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
Book by Mike Artell, Adapted by Joan Cushing
Centenary Stage Company
Miss Nelson can’t control her crazy classroom because she’s just too nice. But when she disappears, her substitute is the no-nonsense Viola Swamp! With the big test approaching, the kids suddenly realize how much they miss their Miss Nelson… and they’ll do anything to get her back!
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15 AT 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
Prismatic Magic, Inc.
Celebrate President’s Day and America’s unquenchable spirit of innovation, discovery, and exploration with the American Pride Laser Spectacular, an exciting musical and laser extravaganza that touches on several US historical highlights featuring pop/rock and patriotic music.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 AT 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
Currier’s Magical Mania
A fun, lively, and interactive program run by a very funny and silly Cat who causes all types of mischief. Test your knowledge of Seuss Trivia in the Seussology Game Show, dancing during the Seussology Dance Party, and tongue-twisting Seussology Rhyming Time. Explore the life of Dr. Seuss and his beloved works. Join us on this incredible journey.