Very Merry Traveling Theatre Performance
Ages: 0 and up
The Very Merry Theatre is a unique touring theater company for children and teenagers, ages 6-18. Each year, their students learn the art of performance in after school programs, homeschool programs, residency programs and summer camps. Additionally, they produce school and community shows year round.
The centerpiece of Very Merry Theatre is a unique, 19th century style traveling theater wagon, complete with a fold-out stage, which is transported to community settings, transforming local parks into live theater venues for their performances.
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Reviewed on 07/02/2012
Just came from the "Superheroes!" performance by MTT at the park in Richmond and loved it!
My boys are 8 and 11 so I was a bit worried they might be bored ... not to worry. They loved the songs and the entire performance was great. You can tell that the kids/actors really love theater and were really proud of what they were doing.
I also loved that they walked around the audience afterwards to thank everyone for coming. Definitely...more
Reviewed on 08/18/2011
My daughter and I saw them twice this summer and they were very intertaining. My daughter is 4 and the show kept her intersted for the whole hour.
Reviewed on 07/15/2010
The shows are well written, have great music, great costumes, and the kids put their hearts and souls into their performances. We try to attend as many as possible. I love them as much as my kids!
Reviewed on 05/14/2010
I've been taking my children to Very Merry performances for years, and they never disappoint! Now that they're older, they participate in shows through their school and through Very Merry Camps.
The shows are lively and fun, and the most joy comes from recognizing all of the hard work, focus and dedication that the kids and community put together to pull these shows off!
There aren't many communities that...more
Reviewed on 04/17/2010
This organization seems to be lacking in organization. This is the second time my daughter has been disappointed. The first was at the Mall, when they was scarcely any performance at all going on. Then tonight, we were going to attend this Peter Pan show listed above, and the place was locked up tighter than a drum. I'm done trying to see their shows.