D22 Paul Creative Arts Center
30 Academic Way
University of New Hampshire
Little Red Wagon
ON THE ROAD AGAIN THIS SUMMER!
Two Exciting New Shows Travelling ALL OVER New England!
Tour runs June 8th 2015- August 7th 2015
Which show do you want to come to your town? The Little Red Wagon, touring since 1971, will be out visiting towns all over New England once again this summer. We have TWO new exciting shows for everyone to enjoy!
The Princess, The Pauper, and other stories combines several Moroccan Fairy Tales into one beautiful story.
Young prince Amir, grew up on the tales told to him by his family. Follow along as these stories come to life and help him as he must make many important decisions.
This play explores the lessons learned in fairy tales such as The Princess and the Pauper, The Girl who lived with Gazelles, & The Stone by the Door. Each story guides its characters towards deciding what makes a good person and a great friend.
What's all the comOCEAN?: An underwater puppet musical adventure,
What’s a fish to do? Haddie, our adventuring haddock, knows that something seems to be amiss in her aquatic home and she sets out to discover just what is going on! She encounters a host of marine life, from the delightful to the despicable as her journey reveals the state of our oceans.
This musical puppet adventure provides an exciting and informative way to teach kids and families about the challenges facing our oceans and what all of us can do to help make a difference.
Little Red Wagon is a children's theatre summer touring troupe appropriate for families and children (PK-6th grade). The troupe is available for indoor or outdoor performances at camps, libraries, recreation centers, schools, hospitals, churches, state parks, fairs, festivals, and youth banquets throughout New England.
The Little Red Wagon is the longest running nonprofit, children’s theatre tour in the U.S. Since 1971, the Wagon has performed throughout New England at more than 70 locations every summer. The Little Red Wagon, a grass-roots model program for the State of New Hampshire, was instrumental to the introduction of Theatre Education into the public school system as a supportive tool for reading and learning.