Kids can party like it's 1899 at this zany show, a spoof of turn-of-the-century melodramas. A huge hit when it premiered at the Rodeph Sholom School, The Great Pie Robbery tells the story of a humble town terrorized by mustache-twirling villain Vincent Von Villenueva. When the greedy bad guy threatens to take over Ma and Pa Baker's pie shop, it's up to handsome hero Chicken Farmer John to save the day. Audience participation, including cheering for the good guys, booing for the bad guys and groaning at the knee-slapping jokes, is encouraged. This production is part of FringeJr. Discounted tickets for kids ($10 each) can be purchased in person at FringeCentral (24 hours before the performance) or at the box office where the show is playing 15 minutes prior to curtain. Ages 8 to 12.
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