From June 24th through July 29th, 2006The Actor’s Playhouse is presenting No Dogs Allowed.This entertaining play is a musical for young audiences full of surprises. It tells the story of Iris, her family, her dog and neighbors when heading out on a road trip to the Enchanted Lake. Their car breaks down, they get lost, and when they finally arrive at a lake, they observe a sign that reads “No Dogs Allowed”. Written by Sonia Manzano, known to many as Maria of Sesame Street, the show is based on her award-winning children’s book No Dogs Allowed. With tuneful music by Stephen Lawrence, who also composes for Sesame Street, and witty lyrics by Billy Aronson, this show celebrates family life through the antics of a zany household and their dog. Watch them hilariously overcome setbacks on their way to the Enchanted State Park. What will this quirky bunch do? Enjoy an afternoon with these whimsical characters and find out. All presentations take place at the Actor’s Playhouse located at 280 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, FL. For more information, please call: 305.444.9293
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