Back to the 100 Acre Wood:
"Poetry & Hums aren't things that you get,
they're things that get you..."
Now " digital on demand" through March 4 - to make up for Friday 2/25's (winterstorm caused) canceled in-person show!.
This original dance-theater adaptation of AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh is the brainchild of award-winning director/choreographer Taryn Noelle & Lost Nation Theater Founder and resident playwright Kim Allen Bent.
Students, age 6 through 20, go from page to fully staged in just one week!
“The things that make me different are the things that make me, me.”
Join Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Christopher Robin, Rabbit, Roo, and all your favorite AA Milne characters as we revisit the adventures, simple wisdom, silliness and friendship of the 100-Acre Wood through athletic adagio, contemporary dance, hip-hop, song, story and inventive design! It’s Theater FOR Kids BY Kids!
“A hug is always the right size.”
Performances: Friday Feb 25th @ 6:00pm & Saturday Feb 26th @ 11am
The show will be performed live in person and will be live-streamed
anticipated run time: 35 minutes
In person attendance requires All parties/individual patrons to agree to comply with all Covid-Safety guidelines including wearing a mask (completely covering nose & mouth) at all times, and providing proof of full vaccination. (We're sorry for the inconvenience of not being able to accomodate younger unvaccinated siblings or friends of our participants. But that's why we are live-streaming.)
“After all, one can’t complain. I have my friends.”
Back to the 100 Acre Wood: Winnie the Pooh Revue
inspired by Taryn Noelle, adapted for stage by Kim Allen Bent
based on the Winnie the Pooh Books by AA Milne
Taryn Noelle, Director/Choreographer
Brandy Perez, Assistant Director & Choreographer
Kim Bent, Acting Coach & Scenic Design
Samuel Biondolillo, lighting design
Cora Fauser, costuming assistance
Kathleen Keenan, composer
Todd Hanley, stage manager & properties design, scenic artistry
AnnaMaria DiPeitropaolo, guest choreographer
Isadora Snapp, guest choreographer
Robyn Osiecki, technical director
Emilia Estrada, scenic artist
Jason Perez, spot light operator
Leo Neyman, Kaia Santana, Shanda Williams, production assistants