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Pinocchio: North Carolina Theatre for Young People

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 by CommunityEngagement. Tags: , , ,

The North Carolina Theatre for Young People presents Pinocchio, by Greg Banks, and based on the story by Carlo Collodi. From the moment Gepetto creates him from a stick of wood, Pinocchio dreams of being a real boy. But will the all-too-tempting delights of puppet shows and Playland be too much for Pinocchio? When Gepetto is swallowed by a whale, it is up to this little puppet to show his courage and prove his love for his Papa is real. This is a NEWFAST-PACED, story-within-a-story version of the classic Pinocchio tale.

Show Dates

Tours at YOUR School:

  • Any Tuesday or Thursday, February through April 2015 (times are flexible depending on your school needs).
  • Cost:
    • one performance = $600
    • one performance + workshop = $650
    • two performances = $700

Student Matinees at UNCG:

  • Tuesday, March 24th – Friday, March 27th, 2015
  • 9:30am and 12:00pm each day
  • Cost: $8/student for groups of 10+ students (plus one free chaperone ticket per ten students!)

Public Performances at UNCG:

  • March 20th and 21st, 7:30pm
  • March 21st and 22nd, 2:00pm
  • Cost:
    • Adult: $17.08
    • Child, Student, Group: $11.74
    • UNCG student: $8.54

To book your reservation

For Tours: 

  • Email the NC Theatre for Young People at nctyp@uncg.edu
  • Call the NC Theatre for Young People at (336) 334-4015

For Student Matinees:

  • Email the NC Theatre for Young People at nctyp@uncg.edu
  • Call Jody Kaizen, Marketing Director, at (336) 334-4601
  • Email Rachel Briley at r_briley@uncg.edu

For Public Performances:

  • Call the Triad Stage at (336) 272-0160

Since 1962, UNCG’s North Carolina Theatre for Young People has performed live theatre for more than two million children in Greensboro, Guilford County, across the state, and throughout the region. Taylor Theatre, located at 406 Tate Street, was designed with young audiences in mind, and each of our 475 seats provides an intimate view of the stage. Building on our excellent reputation for artistic and educational programming, we offer our audiences plays drawn from contemporary literature, classics, and original works. NCTYP offers outreach programs and touring productions bringing our expertise in theatre education and drama-in-education to area educators and community members.

Reposted from the UNCG School of Music, Theatre, and Dance