the magic of make-believe
A beloved story comes to life in front of your eyes as a young brother and sister, with nothing but their toy box and their own imaginations, invent a train full of friends and a big, big hill to get over. Making up the story as they go along, the two create a cast of colorful characters who try and try again until they have reached the other side of the hill. Introduce your children to the joyful experience of live theatre and the creativity of play.
APPROXIMATE RUN TIME: 75 minutes, including pre- and post-show activities
The Little Choo-Choo That Thinks She Can is an imaginative story that is appropriate for all ages, and recommended for grades PK-3.
The Little Choo-Choo That Thinks She Can will run October 9 – October 27 at the IRT Cabaret. Tickets start at $8.
Tickets for all of our productions are available online, as well as through our Ticket Office. The IRT Ticket Office is open Monday through Friday from 11 AM until 6 PM. On performance days, the Ticket Office will remain open until 30 minutes after the performance begins. When performances fall on Saturday and Sunday, the Ticket Office opens two hours before our first performance and will remain open until 30 minutes after the final performance begins.
2019/10/09 - 2019/10/27
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The IRT presents Exploring Stages for a sixth season. Exploring Stages is specifically designed for children ages 3-8 and includes pre- and post-show activities led by IRT artists to engage young minds and allow families to experience live theatre together.
Immediately after each performance, students will join an IRT teaching artist and cast members in various interactive learning activities designed to enhance their understanding of the play and the experience of live theatre. This post-show experience is FREE for any ticket holder and will last between 10 and 15 minutes.
The production includes ‘Storytime Seating’ where children are invited to sit cross-legged on carpet and enjoy the cast and characters up close. Parents can purchase a floor seat and watch the production while sitting with their children, or can purchase a seat along the back and side areas of the theatre.
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Food and beverages are not served during the Exploring Stages production.