The Neverending Story: 17 Houston Area Children Perform Stage Play

February 12, 2012 by  

The popular novel The Neverending Story by Michael Ende will come to life at the Main Street Theater in Galena Park, a Houston, suburb of Texas. 17 Houston area children will perform the play, which has been adapted for the stage by David S. Craig.

Atreyu and Falkor are central characters in a story that begins when Bastian discovers an unusual book in dusty bookshop. It tells of the land of Fantastica where stories are being eaten away by the Nothing and Atreyu searches for a way to stop the destruction. This fascinating world of otherworldly creatures needs one thing to save it, the human child Bastian.

The production is presented by Main Street Theater’s Education Department, which is now in its 24th season. This group is designed to foster an appreciation of theater that will last a lifetime by getting kids involved in every aspect of a modern stage production. Their focused curriculum enhances self-confidence through mastery of the art of theater.

Main Street Theater has a range of educational programs for students of all levels. They feature filmmaking classes, movement and dance classes and summer Performing Arts Camp. Their Rehearsal and Performance system accommodates all levels of students. Area printing companies provide posters for events such as these.

Performances are February 17th and 18th at 7:30 PM and 19th at 3:30 PM and tickets are $5.00. The theater is located at 4617 Montrose Boulevard in Galena Park. Call 713-524-6706 for more information.

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