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Balloonacy: Making Friends with a Curious Red Balloon

Submitted by on April 17, 2015 – 4:12 pmNo Comment

Balloonacy - Dallas Children's Theater

Balloonacy at Dallas Children’s Theater through April 19th

A lonely old man is set in his silent, solitary ways until a curious red balloon blows through his window and insists on becoming his friend.  DCT’s own Karl Schaeffer fills the stage with tenderness and physical comedy in Balloonacy, showing audiences of all ages that we must find time to play. Recommended for Ages 2 and up.

This play was the winner of the American Association of Theatre in Education Distinguished Play Award, and has been enjoyed by many squirmy toddlers and their families! You’re never too young for theater. You’re never too old to play.

Balloonacywill be unlike any other DCT production with preschool-friendly activities included with every performance, including an expression room, an I Spy activity in the lobby and a DCT teaching artist leading the interactive activities.

Opening Night Fun

Opening night is Friday April 10 at 7:30 in DCT’s Studio Theater.  In addition to the normal activities, there will be a “Bubble Lady” creating bubble art with the kids beginning at 6:30, face painting, and of course Sprinkles cupcakes.

Performance Dates & Times

Friday – Apr 10 – 7:30 pm
Saturdays – Apr 11, 18, – 1:30 pm & 4:30 pm
Sunday – Apr 19 – 1:30 pm & 4:30 pm
Sunday – Apr 12 – 1:30 pm
Sunday – Apr 12 – 4:30 pm (ASL)

Ticket Prices: $14 or $12 for Subcribers  Lap passes available for children under 2 for $6.

Reserve early for best pricing. Prices subject to change. Call the box office for details. 214-740-0051 Tickets available online at dct.org

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