Charlottes Web Tickets
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Charlottes's Web - an animated musical, is based on E.B. White's children's book classic and is the classic account of friendship, trust, and sacrifice. The musical is about a courageous spider that helps save the life of an ill-fated pig.
This new, exciting musical version of Charlotte's Web adds a new dimension to E.B. White's beloved classic. With music and lyrics by Charles Strouse and book by Joseph Robinette, the audience will thrill to a musical score which includes 'Eating', 'Who Says We Can't Be Friends', 'Welcome to the Zuckerman Barn' and Summer'.
You're sure to have double fun in just 1 ticket: watch a play featuring striking performances and listen to the songs that lure your ears with sweetness.
Be it Wilbur the pig's humorous yet poignant song about growing up; an enchanting duet between Wilbur and his new-found companion Charlotte, song featuring all the story's unforgettable animals in a hand-clapping, toe-tapping hoe-down or a haunting, nostalgic chorus number evoking a time and place from everyone's childhood, you imagine it and the musical features it.
Regarded as the most favorite children's book of all time, White considered the book a story of 'friendship and salvation on a farm' whilst basing is story on his own love for animals on his family farm in Maine.
Actors' Playhouse presents Charlotte's Web live on stage for the first time as part of its 2006-2007 Musical Theatre for Young Audience (MTFYA) Series. Charlotte's Web was staged at the Miracle Theatre, 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables.
The bond between Wilbur the pig and Charlotte the spider sets the pace for this heartwarming musical. Its synopsis revolves around Wilbur, a naive youthful pig. It is the runt of the litter with a big heart on the Zuckerman Farm.
The other barnyard animals, including Templeton the Rat, tease Wilbur who befriends Charlotte. The pig is doomed for slaughter when a miracle saves him. Their friendship develops so strong that Charlotte saves Wilbur by spinning words in her web.
In the musical, Wilbur is shown as a young pig who's owned by New England farmer Homer Zuckerman. One day Wilbur is sold to a neighbor, where he meets a sheep who warns him that his fate lies in the confines of the slaughterhouse.
He is terrified of this news until he meets Charlotte, a charming spider. The spider is determined to save him from this dire destiny. By weaving words into her web, Charlotte convinces the farmer that Wilbur is some sort of prodigious animal too important to keep him at his farms.
The music for Charlotte's Web is written by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. For an often-performed adaptation of the story, Joseph Robinette turned the play into a musical, ditching the narrator in favor of pseudo-folksy, forgettable songs by Annie composer Charles Strouse.
The plot of the musical about the friendship between a runty pig and an artistic spider carefully balances joy and sorrow, but, without voice, the balance tips toward silliness.
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