The whole family will enjoy this classic Italian fairytale about a naughty little puppet who becomes a real, live boy when he learns, through a series of journeys and mistakes, that honesty and loyalty matter most. Join Gepetto, The Blue Fairy and The Talking Cricket as they help this little "block-head" find his heart. After a limited engagement in Ellensburg, "Pinocchio" will tour to schools and theatres throughout the Pacific Northwest as our annual Youth Theatre Tour.
Adapted from Collodi by Madge Miller
Directed by Guest Artist Patrick Elkins-Zeglarski
April 24-26 at 7 p.m. and April 26 and 27 at 1 p.m.
Tickets $5 each or three for $10
Family theatre, suitable for all audiences.
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