Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables

ArtsPower National Touring Theatre

Meadowvale Theatre Education Series
Available for school groups only
For Grades: 2-6
Duration: 60 minutes

Meadowvale Theatre has been part of the Meadowvale community since 1989 showcasing the best of dance, drama, music and musical comedy. School programs this season include a variety of performances that touch on timely topics such as self-expression, problem solving and friendship. For every 10 tickets booked you will receive one complimentary ticket.

When you imagine, sometimes you find what you need. When you imagine, you find a home.

Matthew Cuthbert and his sister Marilla need a boy to help with the chores around their farm on Prince Edward Island. They are not expecting Anne Shirley, a vivacious orphan with a wild imagination and a breathless fascination to find a place she can call home. ArtsPower's heart-warming musical, based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved novels, follows Anne on her unlikely journey to find the family she's always wanted.

Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 10:00am
Grade: 2-6
Tickets: $10.00 tax incl.

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