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Judy Garland’s career spanned nearly four decades from child celebrity to adult icon

Sister Bear and Brother Bear are back for an interactive performance.

A gentle tale of friendship & magic told with hand puppets, storytelling & song.

Step into Harlem for a swinging, dancing celebration of big band and the songs of Thomas “Fats” Waller.

Willy Wonka is opening his marvelous and mysterious chocolate factory…to a lucky few.

Try to remember a time when your greatest adventure was the first romance of your life. This funny and sentimental musical is the deceptively simple tale of a boy, a girl, and their meddlesome fathers who nudge them toward marriage by pretending to keep them apart.

“Kids, especially those who enjoy dressing in pink and twirling around the room, will adore the choreography…frilly costumes and the pleasant songs.” – Time Out New York Kids

Based on the original J.M. Barrie script, this production isn’t your grandmother’s Peter Pan: The lead character will be portrayed as a girl by a female actor.

Sister Bear and Brother Bear are back from hibernation to take your little ones on an interactive journey through the seasons.

The beloved and inventive childhood classic book, The Phantom Tollbooth, is brought to life in an original stage adaption.

The beloved and inventive childhood classic book, The Phantom Tollbooth, is brought to life in an original stage adaption.

The beloved and inventive childhood classic book, The Phantom Tollbooth, is brought to life in an original stage adaption.

The beloved and inventive childhood classic book, The Phantom Tollbooth, is brought to life in an original stage adaption.

Adapted from the book “The Mouse of Amherst” by Elizabeth Spires, Mouse in House reveals an unlikely friendship between a lively mouse and reclusive 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson.

The show features excerpts from Jane Franklin Dance’s The Migration Project and new work in collaboration with Fine Art Photographer Fax Ayers.

It’s Dad’s turn to tell his three rambunctious kids their bedtime stories, but when he gets fuzzy on the details, the classics get creative: a prince with a snoring problem spices up The Princess and The Pea.

Washington Performing Arts’ Mars Urban Arts Initiative presents José André Montaño and his trio, as part of a season-long series of events showcasing Latinx artists who live in Washington, D.C. Montaño is a prodigious young Latin jazz artist who previously appeared at the Kennedy Center with Jason Moran.

Share, grow and learn with your child during this special time in their life!