MY first IMAGINATION STAGE

The My First Imagination Stage theatre series offers intimate, interactive theatre performances designed for the very young in our Reeve Studio Theatre. Learn more below about our early childhood classes and weekend workshops for ages 1-5.

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¡Ratón en Movimiento!
A New Bilingual Version of Mouse on the Move!
June 24-July 30, 2017
Adapted and translated by Nick Vargas and Maribel Bustamante
Originally Developed and Directed by Janet Stanford and Kathryn Chase Bryer

 

This production is now performed in both Spanish and English! Nellie and Amelia are two adventurous mice ready to explore the world beyond their little mouse-hole. They decide to go to La Luna, since it is cat-free and made entirely of delicious, mouth-watering queso (so they have heard). In this interactive play, the audience becomes part of the story through multi-sensory activities.

 

Try our Activity Guide: [English] [Spanish]

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Aquarium
November 7-December 4, 2016
Remount directed by Nick Vargas
Developed by Imagination Stage and Lyngo Theatre (Italy)

 

With gentle music, beautiful puppets, and fun props, Jack and Calypso lead children and caregivers to a magical, interactive world where giant jellyfish fly through the air, sheep graze in the grass, and lemons create the sun in a “let’s pretend” sky!

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Blue
January 3-February 12, 2017
Directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer and Nick Vargas

 

Imagine a world where the only color is blue. Blue flowers, blue grass, even blue cereal! Inky and Pale live in such a world until they discover something RED!

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Paper Dreams
March 11-April 9, 2017
Written and directed by Claudia Moreso, Mons Dansa Dance Company Barcelona, Spain
with the US remount directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer

In a brand-new collaboration with Mons Dansa Dance Company Barcelona, Spain, we bring to life our first DANCE performance-based show, perfect for ages 1-5 that explores the many facets of creativity. A fun, interactive production that tells the story of two delightful creatures who live inside a wastepaper basket. Can our greatest mistake actually turn out to be the next greatest innovative idea?

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