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Join AXCBT in a celebration of the timeless story about Mowgli, a
human boy raised by wolves who gains wisdom from the jungle animals.
Through a stirring blend of Eastern and Western music and dance, the
jungle comes to life. This acrobatic production features mesmerizing
projections, a percussive score, culturally authentic costumes, and
striking masks and headpieces byTentacle
Studios(The Masked Singer).
Jake Ward as Mowgli and
AXCBT professionals as Shere Khan &Bagheera
If you liked The Polar Express,
you will love The Jungle Book! A cast of professional
dancers and talented young fellows and trainees from AXCBT fuse
Contemporary dance, Hip hop, ballet, Bharatanatyam, and Bollywood
styles in this collaboration between director and choreographer Gabriel
Chajnikand classical Indian dance choreographer Sudha
Prowl through the forest with Mowgli
as he searches both the animal and human kingdoms to find
his place of true belonging.
Take your family on an
unforgettable theatrical adventure!
For a limited
time - buy an adult ticket at full price,
Stephen Sondheim, regarded as America’s
most celebrated composer lyricist, and Sunday in the Park
with George, his Pulitzer Prize-winning musical written
with James Lapine, remains his most personal and soaring
In this new bold staging—through a theatrical lens of
movement and light—Broadway veteran Eamon Foley creates
a magical world that will ignite the imaginations of audiences.
Graham Phillips, Talia
Suskauer and Eamon Foley
Starring TV and film star Graham Phillips (The
Good Wife, Riverdale) and Broadway star Talia Suskauer (Wicked,
Be More Chill), Sunday in the Park with George begins
at the Axelrod PAC on March 8 and runs through March 24.
Executive Artistic Director Andrew
DePrisco has assembled a starry creative team to bring this
glorious new Sunday to life, including music
director Nate Patten, who will conduct the 11-piece
orchestra, lighting designer Paul Miller, costume
designer David Withrow, scenic designer Ryan
Howell and projection designer Brad Peterson.