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101 Dalmatians KIDS at Willow Bend Center of the Arts

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Performances

Friday, March 22, 7:15 PM
Saturday, March 23, 2:15 PM
Saturday, March 23, 5:15 PM
Sunday, March 24, 2:15 PM
Thursday, March 28, 7:15 PM
Friday, March 29, 7:15 PM
Saturday, March 30, 2:15 PM
Saturday, March 30, 5:15 PM

Fire Safety Seminar

Saturday, March 23, 4:15-4:50pm

Tickets: $5

Welcome all Fire Explorers! Join us before our Saturday evening performance on March 23 for a special Fire Safety Seminar! Come experience life as a safety explorer with the professional Firefighters from Melissa, TX, along with the 101 Dalmatians. Students will receive an award of accomplishment for working with the Firefighters, learning about fire safety, and discussing the roles we play as community helpers. All participants have the opportunity to take photos with the firefighters and some of our Dalmatian actors. Participants will need a separate ticket for 101 Dalmatians if they choose to stay for our 5:15 PM show.

Synopsis

Based on the classic animated film, Disney’s 101 Dalmatians KIDS is a fur-raising adventure featuring Cruella De Vil, Disney’s most outrageous villain, and 101 of the most adorable heroes to set their paws onstage. With a high-spirited score and lovable characters, this stage adaptation is certain to charm and delight all audiences.

Pet owners, Roger and Anita, live happily in London with their Dalmatians, Pongo and Perdita, stalwart dogs devoted to raising their puppies. Everything is quiet until Anita’s former classmate, the monstrous Cruella De Vil, plots to steal the puppies for her new fur coat. The Dalmatians rally all the dogs of London for a daring rescue of the puppies from Cruella and her bumbling henchmen.

Credits

Music and Lyrics by MEL LEVEN, RANDY ROGEL, RICHARD GIBBS, BRIAN SMITH, MARTIN LEE FULLER, DAN ROOT. Book Adapted and Additional Lyrics by MARCY HEISLER. Music Adapted and Arranged by BRYAN LOUISELLE. Based on the Screenplay by BILL PEET. Based on the Novel, “The Hundred and One Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith.