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Upcoming Childrens Shows at the YM-YWHA of North Jersey

973-595-0100 x237 FAX: 973-995-0061
Onstage Series
Ticket Request Form Children’s Theatre at the Y provides stimulating educational and entertainment experiences for diverse audiences of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Our ONSTAGE SERIES brings artists from the worlds of professional theater, classical music, jazz and dance to perform in our beautiful 440 seat venue.
Again this season, our ONSTAGE SERIES will be geared towards children and families, with a special emphasis on children with special needs.:

Max and Ruby presented by Theatreworks USA
Sunday, March 2, 2008
Show time: 11:00am
Big sisters have big responsibilities, especially when the little brother is a big trouble-maker! Join in the fun as TheatreworksUSA presents a lovable new musical full of fun and sibling revelry: Max and Ruby!
Ruby, a seven-year-old rabbit, loves her Grandma very much and wants to do something special for her. She gets the brilliant idea to put on a show, with music and costumes and a castle and everything! She'll need some help, though, so she tries to enlist her little brother Max. Ruby wants to put on a play about a princess, but Max is already playing a cowboy. Ruby wants to work quietly, but Max is enjoying his noisy toys. Ruby wants to look for costumes, but Max is too busy looking for frogs!
Max is no help at all, so Ruby recruits her Bunny Scout friends for assistance. But can the help her finish Grandma's play in time? Find out in this delightful musical based on the top-rated Nickelodeon television show inspired by Rosemary Wells' bunny siblings, Max and Ruby!
Join us here at the Y on Sunday, March 2 at 11:00 am to see this amazing show. This is part of our Children’s Theatre Series and is sponsored in part by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council of Passaic Community College. This show is dedicated to children with Autism/Aspergers. Sponsored in part by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic Community College

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie & Other Story Books presented by Theatreworks USA
March 16, 2008Showtime: 11:00am
The YM-YWHA of North Jersey and TheatreworksUSA present “If You Give Mouse a Cookie and other Story Books,” a sparkling musical revue based on popular children's books including: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (by Laura Joffe Numeroff) When a boy shares his snack with a hungry, demanding mouse, he learns a hilarious lesson about cause-and-effect.
Amazing Grace (by Mary Hoffman) Follow young Grace as she attempts to break stereotypes in an effort to play the title character in her school's production of Peter Pan.
Borreguita and the Coyote (by Verna Aardema) The classic Mexican tale of a little lamb, or borreguita, who uses her wits to escape a hungry coyote.
Imogene's Antlers (by David Small) Young Imogene is delighted to wake up with "cool" antlers, but soon discovers that her parents and school principals do not share her enthusiasm.
Martha Speaks (by Susan Meddaugh) The adventurous tale of a family dog who literally becomes outspoken after dining on alphabet soup.
Master Man (by Aaron Shepard) A man whose muscles are as big as his ego earns his comeuppance when he claims to be the world's strongest man in this Nigerian tall tale.
Math Curse (by Jon Scieszka) This story playfully addresses the phobia some kids have when tackling seemingly impossible math problems.
Owen (by Kevin Henkes) Owen just can't bear to part with his beloved blanket, Fuzzy - a problem, since he is about to start kindergarten. Owen's understanding mother provides a clever solution.
Join us at the YM-YWHA of North Jersey on March 16 at 11:00 am for this exciting show! Tickets are $6 for children and $8 for adults for Y members and $8 for children and $10 for adults for non Y-members. Senior citizens and children under 2 years old are free admission. Group sales are also available. For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact the registration office at 973-595-0100 x237.
This show is dedicated to children who have displaced from their homes due to domestic situations.
Sponsored in part by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic Community College

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