Wolf Under the Bed Theater Sgaramusch (Switzerland)

Public Programs

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Wolf Under the Bed
Theater Sgaramusch (Switzerland)

Public Performances (for ages 7 and up)

International Performing Arts for Families

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Fri, Jan 16, 2009 7 PM
Sat, Jan 17, 2009 1 PM
Sat, Jan 17, 2009 3 PM

This lively performance is perfect for kids who love scary stories--and those who could use a hand getting over their fears.

“An involving introduction to the power of theatrical storytelling and tribute to the inventiveness of the child’s mind.”--The Sun Herald, Sydney

“For parents seeking more thought-provoking entertainment for their children, this is hard to beat.”--The Daily Telegraph, Sydney

In a hut in the middle of a forest sit three lonely Finns. They have seen wolf tracks in the snow outside, and they start telling each other stories about wolves. Some are funny, others are exciting, but as the night wears on, they get scarier and weirder and more and more outrageous!

Wolf Under the Bed is based on 12 stories, written by schoolchildren especially for this Swiss company. The stories are accompanied by live music. Come get the shivers with your family.

Please note: The performance on January 16 has been canceled due to the weather.

A Special Offer for Members:
We would like to offer our members buy one, get one free tickets to this weekend's production. For tickets, visit the ticket office with your member card, or call 614-292-3535 and mention this offer.

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