February 2, 2018 to February 4, 2018

Caps for Sale

Tickets Information

Individual Tickets:  $6 each for all ages!

Please note: Season tickets ($18 for all 4 plays) and Flex Passes cannot be ordered online. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please contact the Box Office:

262-633-4218

Box Office hours:

Monday – Friday, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

90 minutes prior to curtain through intermission

The Packy Play experience

At the performances, Packy welcomes the audience and introduces the show. The plays are filled with action, humor, audience participation, imaginative story-lines, and catchy tunes to keep kids interested and involved. When a play ends, the actors greet fans, sign autographs, and pose for photos in the lobby.

Packy’s Theatre Rules

  • Plays are appropriate for children ages 4 and older. Children younger than 8 must be accompanied by an adult.  Please do not bring babies.
  • No eating or drinking allowed in the theater. Concession sold at the performance should be consumed in the lobby.
  • The taking of pictures and the use of recording devices are prohibited during the performance. However, photos with the cast may be taken in the lobby after the performance.
  • Children who do not behave will be asked to leave the auditorium

How long are the Packy Plays?

Plays are generally one hour in length.

Can I sit with my friends?

Seating is general admission – not reserved – so you can always sit with family and friends.

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OVERVIEW

Adapted from the classic tale by Esphyr Slobodkina, our story goes behind the scenes to weave the tale of a cap peddler’s life, some monkeys and their monkey business. The peddler stacks his hats on top of his head, higher and higher so he can shake the hand of anyone he meets.

When the mischievous monkeys steal his caps, the peddler finds funny ways to outwit the monkeys. Filled with humor and fun, the monkeys and the peddler teach us all a little something about perseverance, working through roadblocks in life.

 

Presented by Bug In A Rug Productions

 

Text Copyright 1947 by Esphyr Slobodkina

Presented with permission of HarperCollins Publishers