Hanna and the Moonlit Dress
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Hanna and the Moonlit Dress

Hanna and the Moonlit Dress NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Clever, Entertaining, Great staging, Great singing, Enchanting

About the Show

A return engagement of the interactive musical for children about the power of good deeds. Based on Israeli author Itzhak Schweiger-Dmi’el's classic tale 'Hanna’s Sabbath Dress.'

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147 Reviews | 13 Followers
Clever, Enchanting, Entertaining, Great singing, Great staging

See it if You like children's shows and inventive storytelling. Only found out about this the day before and was very glad I did.

Don't see it if You don't like children.

Critic Reviews (3)

Theatre is Easy
December 13th, 2016
For a previous production

"Overall, it’s a delightful little event for young audiences…Throughout the performance, the actors encourage participation from the kids sitting up front…The production’s design is lovely in its simplicity, with surprises for youth and adult audience alike…Overall, the simplistic approach to the design supports the quiet kind of magic that resonates through Hanna’s world of childhood wonder."
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December 13th, 2016
For a previous production

"Delightful and inspiring...The three performers in this show, Kate Mulberry, Matt Webster, and Case Wilson, are very enthusiastic and engaging—singing beautifully, enunciating their words and successfully telling the story with appropriately broad gestures and lots of smiles. The excellent pianist/musical director, Peter Hodgson, along with the cast are all dressed in white, performing in front of the simple but delightful set which includes a white tree and house."
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December 5th, 2016
For a previous production

"Although a grown woman, Watson portrays a young child convincingly, without excessive emoting, and she avoids coming off like a whiny grown-up in the process...Mostly a three-person show, interspersed with frequent audience participation throughout the 50 minute run time...The interactive portion as well as the skilled portrayal of the actors made for quite an enjoyable experience!"
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