|Seth in make-up|
|Seth in costume and make-up|
|Clare in costume and make-up|
|Grant in make-up|
|Grant in make-up and costume|
|Maddie in make-up|
|Maddie in costume and make-up|
|Nikki in make-up|
|Nikki in costume and make-up|
|Jill in make-up|
|Jill in costume and make-up|
|Emma in make-up|
|Emma in costume and make-up|
|Joanna in costume and make-up|
|Michelle in make-up|
|Michelle in costume and make-up|
|Keegan in costume|
|Alaina in make-up|
|Alaina in costume and make-up|
|Lizzie in make-up|
|Jill, Joanna & Gretchen|
|Gretchen in costume and make-up|
|Jennifer in make-up|
|Jennifer in costume|
Llama Llama Red Pajama by award-winning Author Anna Dewdney premieres at Stages Theatre Company (STC) Jan. 13 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. This musical production, adapted by Playwright Jennifer Kirkeby and music by Shirley Mier, is perfect for all ages and runs under an hour in length.
The script features six adult female actors portraying different mama llamas, and six youth actors portraying different baby llamas. “Each of the baby llamas has their own bedtime rituals. The audience will instantly relate to The Common issue of trying to get their children to go to bed. They will be introduced to Carey the actress, Holly who plays soccer, Lonnie the magician, Joey who loves to play golf, Billy “The Next Tap Dancing Sensation!”, and Lana who would rather read than go to sleep,” says Kirkeby.
Upcoming events for “Llama Llama Red Pajama” include an appearance by Author Anna Dewdney at the Red Balloon Bookshop in St. Paul on Saturday, Jan. 28 beginning at 10:30 a.m.; a book signing with Dewdney following the Sunday, Jan. 29 afternoon performance at Stages Theatre Company (annual fundraiser, Snowball) and at the Mall of America on Tuesday, Feb. 7 for Toddler Tuesday with sample performances at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Llama Llama Red Pajama begins Jan. 13 and ends Feb. 12 and tickets can be purchased by visiting www.stagestheatre.org for performance dates and times, or by calling the Box Office at (952) 979-1111, Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for children (ages 5 to 17) and seniors (60+). Lap passes are available for free (ages 0 to 2) and $5 (ages 3 to 4).
Stages Theatre Company was founded in 1984 and since then has grown to become one of the largest professional theatres for young audiences in the country. We engage young artists with themes relevant to their lives and involve them in creating magical works featuring young people in meaningful roles. Through theatrical productions, workshops, conservatory classes and other outreach programs, Stages Theatre Company annually serves more than 130,000 young people and their families.