Kids to be over the moon with performance
February 28, 2014 by Max
Coming to an end in portland this weekend, ‘Goodnight Moon’ is a production by the Northwest Children’s Theatre that was scripted with music by Chad Henry. This production is based on a book by the renowned Margaret Wise Brown and is perfect for children.
The show is lively, spirited, and will no doubt entertain the kids. Perhaps brochure printing and other printing services have been used to promote this production to parents in this community.
The production is based on a classic and beloved bedtime story, and is retold by the characters as the ‘Great Green Room’ comes to life with a number of amazing objects, including everything from a nervous and colorful cow seen jumping over the moon, to some singing bears playing a game of musical chairs.
The show incorporates American Sign Language and some sensory storytelling, and should act as the perfect lullaby for children of all ages. They are likely to be enthralled as they watch the storyline unfold before their eyes.
Ticket prices for the production vary depending on the seating selected. Goodnight Moon will be on stage until March 2nd at various times at the Auditorium located at 1819 NW Everett Street in Portland, Oregon. To purchase tickets, or to find out more about performance dates and times, visit the Northwest Children’s Theater website or call their box office.