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07
February
10:00 am

Miss Nelson Has a Field Day School Matinee Show

Sold Out!

…but consider getting on the waitlist…

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Should seats open up, they’ll be offered to groups on the waitlist.  You can decide at that point if the field trip may still work for you.

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A musical touchdown for the entire family! “Miss Nelson Has A Field Day” is a wonderful stage adaptation of the popular children’s book.

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About the Story

This fun-filled musical takes us to Horace B. Smedley School, where the football team is out of control and can’t score a point.  Kind-hearted Miss Nelson comes to the rescue with the help of her alter-ego, Viola Swamp, who applies her trademark discipline and high expectations. In short order, the team changes their attitude, pulls together, sharpens their skills, and manages to win the biggest game of the year!

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About the Artists

Recognized by Time Magazine as one of the top 5 children’s theater companies in the US, and the only one of that group to tour nationally, Dallas Children’s Theater travels coast to coast with professional large-scale productions designed to stir the heart, stretch the mind, and promote education.  Each touring production is selected and designed with a youth and family audience in mind from titles and materials that reflect the cultural diversity of our world community.

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What Others Have to Say

“We loved enjoying Dallas Children’s Theatre’s performance with our children and now we are enjoying it with our grandchildren. It opens up the world of live performance for the young and the young at heart.”

…..–Trip Advisor

“Bright and lively, with catchy songs and nifty slow motion effects, Miss Nelson serves up the concepts of losing, scoring, and winning…Cushing’s book is clear and the plot easy to follow.”

…..– Potomac Stages, Washington D.C.

“Every child in the theater (and there were several younger than our six-year-old granddaughter) were completely spellbound for the entire performance.”

…..–Trip Advisor

“Miss Nelson Has a Field Day’ is a lively, engaging, interactive show, full of humor and with the expected moral for children – work hard, and you’ll succeed.”

…..–The Morning Call, Allentown, PA