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A Year with Frog & Toad

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    Wake up from hibernation with this delightful musical based on Arnold Lobel’s treasure characters. Join best friends Frog and Toad as they hop, sing, and dance through a year of adventure. As the seasons change from spring to fall, the cheerful Frog and the more timid Toad plant a garden, go swimming, fly kites, and […]

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    Elephant & Piggie’s “We Are in a Play!” at THE RESER

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      If you have kids, chances are you’ve read Mo Willems’ Elephant & Piggie books. Northwest Children’s Theater brings the world of Elephant & Piggie to life in an upbeat musical that weaves through eight of his most popular books including Elephants Cannot Dance, I Love My New Toy, and Should I Share My Ice Cream? The show is an encore of

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      Wing It: Sky Is Falling

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        Join Clackamas Rep this Saturday for “Wing It,” an interactive show for children of all ages. Families will have fun helping silly creatures get out of a jam and learn their lessons when they misbehave. Amid dancing, singing, much laughter and a little yelling, our “Wing It” friends will eventually solve the problem of the day.

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        Spotlight: A Family Arts Festival

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          Portland is a treasure trove of incredible art. For one weekend only, you can see it all in one place! Music, dance, theater, and visual art will fill every corner of THE JUDY, Portland’s downtown hub for youth arts. Tickets start at just $10! The amazing lineup of artists includes: Becky Hawkins (Visual Art) Brick Bending

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          Columbia Dance Ballet Open Enrollment

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            Wanting to try dance in 2024? It’s not too late! Columbia Dance is accepting new students now until February 17th! 1st Class is Free! We offer classes for ages 3 years old and up including adult classes.   Click here to learn more about our INCLUDE program. This program welcomes dancers with special needs. INCLUDE stands for Inspiring,

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            REVIEW: "Matilda the Musical" — This Mommy Thinks It’s a Miracle

            Jade Chan is a native Portlander who returned to her roots after short stints on the East Coast. She remembers a time when Lloyd Center was an open mall, the Pearl consisted of warehouses, OMSI was where the Children’s Museum is now, and traffic jams were rare. A freelance editor and a mom of two, she enjoys sharing her love for the arts and her (ever-changing) hometown with her family.
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            Stop reading right now and get your tickets to Matilda the Musical (if you don’t have them already). All set? Good. Now you and the kids in your life can eagerly anticipate experiencing one of the best productions I’ve seen at Northwest Children’s Theater. Staging a Tony-award-winning musical is not for the faint of heart,

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            REVIEW: "Me…Jane" Opened at Oregon Children's Theater

            Erica Vo is a local mom who loves exploring Portland and beyond with her son and daughter. She hopes to help families make their own memories by sharing ideas and experiences on Facebook and her blog Adventures with Chicken and Nugget.
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            Me…Jane Encourages Girls to Follow Their Dreams, Trust Themselves and Be Courageous Oregon Children’s Theatre kicked off their new season with Me, Jane, featuring lots of humor, great music and empowering messages for young girls. We caught an opening weekend showing of the musical, which imagines the story of Jane Goodall as a child. In

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            REVIEW: This Play Might Turn Your Whole Family Pirate

            NWCT’s How I Became a Pirate Plunders the Hearts of Landlubbers Everywhere. How I Became a Pirate is a delightful, hour long musical adventure. The audience is invited into the imagination of Jeremy Jacob and carried out to sea with a ragtag bunch of pirates led by Captain Braid Beard. The songs were great and

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