Did you know that The National Theatre presents FREE shows especially for kids? On select Saturday mornings at 9:30am and 11am, fun takes center stage at Saturday Morning Live!
Join for wow-inspiring children’s entertainment of all sorts, from interactive performances, puppets, dance, and music – all designed to light up imaginations and celebrate a world of wonder. It’s free. It’s fun. It’s a great way to Saturday.
This weekend, audiences will be treated to VIORE: An Adaptation Story by Regan Linton…
Once upon a time, the letters V, I, O, R, and E were living their best lives — happy, active, and joyful. One day, there was a huge storm of magical bubbles, and suddenly everything went topsy-turvy – turning upside down, getting dizzy, they were all facing new situations, completely different from what they had always known. With the help of each other, they realized they could change – or “ADAPT” – and do things differently, becoming active and joyful in a whole new way.
Run time is 45 minutes, and the show is recommended for ages 3-6, but all are welcome to join the fun. Register in advance!
VIORE: An Adaptation Story
Where: The National Theatre | 1321 Pennsylvania Ave NW, DC
When: Saturday, June 10, 9:30am & 11am