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Emily Brown and the Thing

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Tall Stories returns to the New Victory with this epic, imaginative musical adventure adapted from the popular picture book by Neal Layton and award-winning author Cressida Cowell ("How to Train Your Dragon.") More…

How will Emily Brown ever get to sleep with The Thing making such a racket?! A friendly but woeful creature, The Thing has lost his Cuddly in the Dark and Scary Wood and won't stop crying. Plucky, brave and determined to save the day, Emily and her trusty sidekick, Stanley the rabbit, leap into action. Best for ages 4-7.

0h 55m | Already closed | The New Victory Theater (Midtown W)

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August 12th, 2014
for a previous production “Tall Stories return...with the latest of their picture book page to stage adaptations...The tale is told with the highest production values, the set provides plenty of surprises and the use of puppetry helps the story progress without the use of clunky scene changes...The music is a little bland...
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October 28th, 2014
for a previous production “The whole story centres around children and bedtime...Jacobs opens the show with short sound bites from children about sleeping and then closes the show with more audio about dreaming. This special touch creates a pleasing context for the story...The cast of three are all equally strong...By inc...
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December 23rd, 2018
for a previous production “A delightful children’s show...It’s clever, colourful, deceptively simple and a gentle masterclass in the art of storytelling with a production which works well on different levels...Into the mix are thrown puppets or rather dolls, and there is no clever sleight of hand...It’s all down to imagin...
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January 5th, 2017
for a previous production “This stage adaptation is charming and watching the book come to life in a dynamic performance was such fun... Putting Alice and Mudie together created a dynamic duo that filled the stage with hair raising adventures and warm humour...Very young audiences may find it a bit long but the performanc...
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