Children's Theatre of Charlotte has lots of great reasons to get the family out to see a play. From the classic "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" to "Pinkalicious," there are productions for everyone - preschool though high school.
“Psshh” (Aug. 14-23)“Theatre for the very young” returns to the CTC stage with this brand-new production, a simple story of a boat, a cloud, the sun and water.
“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” (Oct. 5-28)The Peanuts gang’s all here – Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Sally – in this colorful musical!
“The Fisherman and His Wife” (Oct. 20-21)Designed especially for preschoolers, this delightful new dramatic adaptation taps into the magic of audience participation.
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“The Commedia Pinocchio” (Nov. 2-18)The little puppet who wishes he were a real boy comes to life in a slapstick spin on the classic story.
“The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” (Nov. 30-Dec. 23)The Herdman kids return in this hilarious holiday classic. Mayhem and fun meet the Christmas story head-on in this treat for kids young and old.
“The Littlest Angel” (Dec. 14-30)Back by popular demand, this family favorite returns to warm our hearts during the holiday season.
“The Secret Garden” (Jan. 18-Feb. 10)Celebrate magic on a Broadway scale at “The Secret Garden,” a timeless musical tale of hope and inspiration.
Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players (Jan. 19-20)Dubbed the “Paul McCartney of kids’ music” by USA Today, Justin Roberts is truly one of the all-stars of the indie family music scene.
“Brother Rabbit Spinning Free” (Jan. 25-Feb. 3)Don’t miss the world premiere of this multicultural production – inspired by the people who have made the Carolinas their home – written specifically for Children’s Theatre of Charlotte’s Tarradiddle Players.
Sammy Cortino (Feb. 16-17)Called “Magic’s Royal Duke,” Sammy Cortino gives audiences the essence of magic: inspiration to follow their dreams.
“The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs” (Feb. 22-March 10)A brilliant parody of the Three Little Pigs that follows the Big Bad Wolf on trial for his purported deeds.
“The Red Badge of Courage” (March 1-16)Stephen Crane’s novel is reinvented in this musical version that uses hip-hop for a fresh spin on the tale of war and regret.
“Barker Bill’s Wagtime Revue” (March 23-24)Grey Seal Puppets returns with this brand-new story making its world premiere: Circus acts! Ragtime music! Dogs galore!
“Pinkalicious: The Musical” (April 12-May 5)With Broadway-style show tunes, dancing cupcakes and a sparkling story, “Pinkalicious: The Musical” is a treat worth indulging in!
“The Third Wave” (May 9-11)Performed by Children’s Theatre’s teen Conservatory Company, “The Third Wave” is a true story about a high-school experiment in fascism that went out of control.