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A Snow White Christmas Opens Dec 2  
Laguana Playhouse A Snow White Christmas
A SNOW WHITE CHRISTMAS is the American Panto version based on the Snow White fairytale which includes singing, dancing and interactive fun and magic, and features songs from Lady Gaga’s ‘Born this Way’, Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ and The Village People’s ‘YMCA’.
All About Santa Opens Dec 5  
Santa Monica Playhouse All About Santa
Santa Monica Playhouse Family Theatre Musical Matinees for Kids 2 to 102 presents the classic musical Rudie-DeCarlo favorite, All About Santa, the heart-warming tale of love and jealousy, togetherness and sibling rivalry, good and evil. It's holiday time at the North Pole and things are looking as cheerful as ever, when who should appear on the scene, but Mr. Bottom from the bottom of the world. Who is this mysterious stranger? He's Santa's long lost twin brother, bringing with him a host of mischievous plans to destroy the love and sharing of the season. In true melodrama style, audiences boo the villain, cheer the hero and root for the heroine as perky elves, zany inventors, toys that come alive and the zealous workings of a gorgeously detailed Christmas toyshop set add up to an afternoon of theatre magic in which audience participation and brotherly love pave the way for another joyful yuletide season!
Waters of the Earth Opens Dec 6  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts Waters of the Earth
Programs for Young Audiences, an arm of the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, brings Waters of the Earth to the stage this December. Bring your family and immerse yourselves in an exploration of the rich folklore and mythology of seafaring peoples from all over the globe. This exciting performance also includes an introduction to the tradition of Sea Chanteys -- songs sung by working sailors on all kinds of ships. Songs from Irish, New England, and African American/Afro Caribbean traditions will be performed, and you'll even be taught to sing them yourself. With their delightful blend of storytelling, movement, masks and live music, Boxtales Theatre Company has been creating unique theater experiences for young audiences for over two decades. This show is recommended for ages 4 and up.
Peter Pan And Tinker Bell-A Pirates Christmas Opens Dec 9  
Pasadena Playhouse Peter Pan And Tinker Bell-A Pirates Christmas
PETER PAN AND TINKER BELL – A PIRATES CHRISTMAS is the latest Holiday Spectacular presented by The Pasadena Playhouse and Lythgoe Family Productions. Tinker Bell, Wendy and Peter Pan embark on a wild quest to foil the pirates’ plot to kidnap Peter for Captain Hook’s Christmas present in this flying, singing, swashbuckling adventure, which features comedy, magic, dancers from “So You Think You Can Dance,” and contemporary music from Taylor Swift to the Bee Gees.
Fairtales, Unscripted Opens Jan 29  
Lewis Family Playhouse at Vicotria Gardens Cultural Center Fairtales, Unscripted
MainStreet teams up with the amazing artists of Impro Theatre for an unforgettable show. Children and adults will be delighted as these master storytellers mix their wit, artistry, and skill with MainStreet’s design sense – using audience suggestions to create two completely improvised stories at every performance. These will be unique tales that no one has ever seen, and no one will ever see again! School performances begin on January 29th, with the public opening on January 30th. The show runs through February 14th. Recommended for ages 7 and up.
Charlotte's Web Opens Mar 4  
Sierra Madre Playhouse Charlotte's Web
Adapted by James Robinette from the book by E.B. White. The classic story of the friendship between Wilbur the pig and Charlotte the spider. Suitable for children and their families.
Mirette Opens Apr 23  
Lewis Family Playhouse at Vicotria Gardens Cultural Center Mirette
MainStreet is thrilled that their audiences will be the first to see this newly revised intimate family musical from the creators of The Fantasticks! and I Do I Do. Based on the Caldecott winning book by Emily Arnold McCully, Mirette is the story of a young girl in 1890’s Paris who convinces a retired high-wire artist to teach her his trade — and in turn teaches him to overcome his own fear. It’s a fresh and unique coming- of-age story set in the backstage world of the circus, which celebrates both the joy and the struggles of being a performing artist. School performances begin on April 18th, with the public opening on April 23rd. The show runs until May 8th, 2016. Recommended for ages 7 and up.