California Theatre Center
CaliforniaALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY, the musical adaptation of Judith Viorst's popular children’s book is a superb introduction to all that live theater has to offer for young people!
Explore one of America’s most exciting eras as the country reaches for the moon in this compelling, dramatic presentation, originally commissioned by the Smithsonian Institute. It introduces today's young audiences to the glory days of the space program and includes over 100 NASA photographs and original broadcasts from space.
Laugh when two merry elves arrive at a small village in the Black Forest to discover a poor shoemaker who clearly needs assistance. Their cleverness saves the shoemaker from a bleak and unhappy holiday in this CTC classic, adored by both children an adults all over the world.
Recall O. Henry's humorous American classic about two down-on-their-luck drifters who figure out a plan to make some quick, easy money but soon discover that their feisty victim is actually enjoying the adventure! Finally, the tables turn - to be rid of their small tormentor, they must pay the family for the priviledge of returning the rambunctious, unruly child!
Working A play based on the book by Margret Wise Brown, performed by the California Theatre Center. A young bunny goes through his gentle reassuring ritual before going to bed each night in this musical version. Sure to bring a smile to all
Be charmed by this lively musical comedy about a gentle, clever teacher who masquerades as the infamous Viola Swamp, a nasty substitute, in order to teach her class just what a good and fair teacher she is! A CTC favorite of teachers and students alike,
Welcome back Alexander who, in this lively musical play, is having yet another terrible, horrible, no-good, verty bad experience! This time his dad gets a job in a new city so Alexander must leave his best friend, his soccer team and his great babysitter behind, but his family finds a way to make the move easier and help him understand that home is "where you're with the people who love you best of all."
Witness the internationally acclaimed drama about the life of Jackie Robinson. Through a series of moving flashbacks which chronicle his life, the play celebrates an extraordinary man who fights a tough battle against prejudice to become the first black Major League baseball player