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OUR HOLIDAY SHOW, BEATRIX POTTER'S CHRISTMAS by Thomas W. Olson


Peter Rabbit, Jemina Puddle Duck, and Mrs. Tittle Mouse all began as pets in Beatrix Potter's upstairs bedroom. With Victorian socialite parents and a brother at boarding school, young Beatrix found solace and comfort in her animal friends. Making up stories about these pets in her care helped Beatrix feel loved over the Christmas holiday. The playful stories later became popular books that continue to inspire generations of children. The imaginative world of Beatrix Potter will come to life in our Dress Up Theatre this holiday season. Come see our theatre actors tell a story of the young Beatrix Potter and her animal friends. Produced with permission from Plays for Young Audiences.
Thursdays & Fridays December 11, 12, 18 & 19 at 4pm
Saturdays and Sundays December 13, 14, 19 & 20 at 1pm & 4pm
Monday December 22 at 11am & 1pm

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Cancellation Policy:

THEATRE TICKETS are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Tickets purchased are valid for one show only. Please check the time and date to be sure you are purchasing tickets for the show you want to see. If purchaser is unable to attend a performance, he or she may transfer tickets to another individual. Transfers or exchanges between show dates are not permitted. If a decision is made by Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine to cancel a performance, ticket fees will be refunded in full or applied to a future show, at the purchaser’s discretion. These policies are designed to best meet the needs of our visitors, the young actors, and the organization. Thank you for your ticket purchase!


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