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James and the Giant Peach Jr. 
A Musical 

April 27-29, 2018
Based on one of Roald Dahl’s most poignantly quirky stories, James and the Giant Peach JR. is a brand new take on this "masterpeach" of a tale.  Featuring a wickedly tuneful score and a witty and charming book, this adventurous musical about courage and self-discovery is a show for the whole family to enjoy!
Who's Performing each night
– Cast List and Production Staff–

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at The Warehouse, 1525 S Rogers St. Bloomington, IN 47403

Reserved seats available for this show
$15 Adults.  $10 ages 18 and under
Purchase advance tickets at bctboxoffice.org, 812-323-3020, 114 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington
(Tickets at the door, if available, are cash only)

Words and Music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Book by Timothy Allen McDonald. Based on the book "James and the Giant Peach" by Roald Dahl.
Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International(MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. wwwMTIShows.com.





Black Elk Speaks

May, 4, 5, 6, 2018
The power of the play is not simply that it's superbly written drama but that it's all true. A shattering evocation of the American Plains Indians, it tells in passionate narrative how their West was lost! 
Play by Christopher Sergel, based on John G. Neihardt's book Black Elk Speaks.
"No one who sees this play will ever forget it."
First production in Stages NEW American Mosaic theatre Series

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at Stages Bloomington Black Box Theatre, Artisan Alley, 222 W. 2nd St., Bloomington

General Admission Seating
$10 all ages
Purchase advance tickets at bctboxoffice.org, 812-323-3020, 114 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington
(Tickets at the door, if available, are cash only)

 –Performed by Stages Teen Artists in Residence– 
Lucia Davila, Shelby Fletcher, Susan Harris, Nidhi Krishnan, Tommy McEvilly, Noah Moore, Emma O'Mahoney, Haley Paulin, Calvin Prenkert, Jack Richards, Neil Smith, and Azaria Wagner
Director, Pat Gleeson.   Sound, Tony Brewer

Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.





Live theatre for our youngest
Winnie–the–Pooh, A play in two acts  

May 11-13. 
Schedule a special time with your child or grandchild and enjoy the humorous bumblings of the world’s most beloved storybook character. Join us for an enchanting production of Winnie-the-Pooh, dramatized from the stories of A.A. Milne.
First production in Stages NEW ongoing series, Classic Stories for New Audiences.   
 For ages 4-8 with accompanying adults

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at Stages Bloomington Black Box Theatre, Artisan Alley, 222 W. 2nd St., Bloomington

General Admission Seating
$10.  $5 ages 12 and under
Purchase tickets in advance: bctboxoffice.org, 812-323-3020, 114 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington
(Tickets at the door, if available, are cash only)

 –Performed by Stages' Acting Up Players– 
Elizabeth Axsom, Ashley Billingham, Kara Brinkley, Nora Collins, Isaac Diehl, Marissa Giles, Vivian Gill, Joey McRoberts, Josie Port, and Sophia Scheper.
Director, Emma O'Mahoney. Costumes, Sara Travis. Sets, Lucia Davila. Lights, Pat Gleeson.

Dramatized from the stories of A.A. Milne by Kristin Sergel.  Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.



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New Theatre Series and Upcoming Productions


CLASSIC STORIES FOR NEW AUDIENCES Theatre Series
Live theatre for ages 4-and up with accompanying adults.
Schedule a special time with your child or grandchild.
This new ongoing series offers a perfect close-up theatre experience for young audiences and features stories from best-loved children’s books, fables, and fairytales written and adapted by well-known playwrights.

Performed by Stages Acting UP players.
Performances at Stages new Black Box Theatre, Artisan Alley, 222. W. 2nd St.
Series premier May 11-13: Winnie–the–Pooh, A play in two acts.



AMERICAN MOSIAC Theatre Series, 2018-2021
Stages will perform four powerful and engaging productions as part of American Mosaic, a new theatre series intended to open thought-provoking windows into our country’s history and experiences of being American.

Each explores key moments and themes in US history that have profoundly shaped its course. Audiences will witness four very different theatre experiences that have the potential to shock, challenge, tug at heartstrings, and open possibilities for hope and understanding. The project involves local collaborations, talk-backs, pre-show activities and discussions that examine history and point of view.

Black Elk Speaks    May 4, 5, 6, 2018
A reading of the play by Christopher Sergel, based on John G. Neihardt's book Black Elk Speaks.
The power of the play is not simply that it's superbly written drama but that it's all true. A shattering evocation of the American Plains Indians, it tells in passionate narrative how their West was lost!
"No one who sees this play will ever forget it.”

Quilters   November, 2018
The settling of America from women's points of view, told in story, song and quilt patches. Pieced together through story and music, this American frontier drama examines the timeless
complexity of women’s lives.

John Brown’s Body   2019
A dramatic and choral production of Stephen Vincent BenĂ©t’s epic poem about the Civil War. This stirring work transcends the expected and manages to make human again an event that has become almost hopelessly entwined with the apocryphal.

Big River   2020
A fully staged production of this stunning Tony Award winning musical based on Twain’s most controversial work, Huckleberry Finn.