Laura’s Corner, Spring, 2018
The new year will begins with We are Nantucket, an oral history of our life and times told through film and narration. We are thrilled to welcome Nancy Newhouse, historian whose books have inspired this program.
We are also excited to share another slice of Nantucket in February when we host “Nantucket’s Got Talent.” This island wide event, sponsored by Beverly Hall and David Billings, with additional support from Gene Mahon, will give everyone a chance to shine on the Dreamland Stage.
Doctor Dolittle Junior follows later in February, as our young actors return to the stage in this musical retelling of the classic tale. Featuring all the songs from the film as well as some new pieces it’s the perfect show to lift everyone’s spirits this winter. To register your 7-16 year old, visit our website and click on “register for our 2018 season.”
In April, we bring back Blue, the story of Inky Blue and Sparkly Blue, a Tale of Colors, Tolerance and Acceptance. Blue is an inspiring tale for the whole family, and especially welcomes our youngest audience members.
Did someone say summer? Well, yes, and, as the song goes, “We’re All in This Together!” Yes, you read that correctly, and The Dreamland will be home to the Wildcats and HIgh School Musical Jr. this August, 2018. Registration opens in December, and we are already humming this music and working on our basketball skills to bring this much loved musical to our summer stage.
As you can see, we’ve got a lot cooking here -we look forward to seeing your for another exciting season at The Dreamland!
See you at the theatre!