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Bring Home the Adventure at Adventure Theatre

Dates

2/28/2021 - 3/1/2021

Theatre

Adventure Theatre


Glen Echo,MD



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Adventure Theatre will host its first-ever 30-hour Stream-A-Thon called Bring Home the Adventure beginning on FEBRUARY 28 at 2 p.m. EST through MARCH 1 at 8 p.m. Bring Home the Adventure will feature 30 hours of programming celebrating musical theatre with presentations by stars of Broadway, film, TV, and stage; ATMTC Academy students; local artists; partner and community organizations; and many more incredible guest appearances. Confirmed guests include Tamilyn Tomita of "Cobra Kai"; Anthony Rapp, Broadway star of "Rent" and "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown"; Tracie Thoms, star of "Rent," "The Devil Wears Prada," and Fox's "9-1-1"; and many more.

The digital marathon will replace ATMTC's annual gala as the theatre's signature fundraising event to support its mission of serving children and families in the community with exceptional theatrical experiences.

"We are overwhelmed with the sheer amount of talent we have committed to this ambitious event," said Artistic Director Chil Kong, who will host all 30 horus. "The Stream-A-Thon is epic in scope, uniting performers, artists, and changemakers globally. We hope you join us on our fundraiser as we share how theatre enriches our lives, our children, and our community."

In addition, there will be silent auction items available, such as props, vacation destinations, a Daum vase and a Tahitian pearl necklace. More details will be announced at a later date.

For more information about the Stream-A-Thon event, visit https://adventuretheatre-mtc.org/stream-a-thon/. To register for updates about the Stream-A-Thon, click HERE.

News About Bring Home the Adventure at Adventure Theatre


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BIG RIVER: THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN Comes To Milwaukee's First Stage ArticleBIG RIVER: THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN Comes To Milwaukee's First Stage
March 01, 2019

Adapted for family audiences from the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, BIG RIVER: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn tells the story of Huck and his friend Jim, a slave, as they travel along the mighty Mississippi River. Huck tries to help Jim escape to freedom and reunite with his family.

BWW Review: HUCKLEBERRY FINN'S BIG RIVER at Adventure Theatre ArticleBWW Review: HUCKLEBERRY FINN'S BIG RIVER at Adventure Theatre
February 15, 2019

The 1985 Broadway season might have been one of the weakest on record for musicals; in fact, only three shows were nominated for Best Musical at the Tony Awards that year. We had an Ellie Greenwich jukebox musical (Leader of the Pack), one of Harold Prince's big budget disasters (Grind), and a musical based on Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Big River). Needless to say, at least in my opinion, Big River won the Tony Award for Best Musical and several other awards in part due to a lack of competition. Despite some catchy songs by Roger “King of the Road” Miller the show suffered, in my opinion anyhow, from there simply being too much of it. William Hauptman's book tried to focus on multiple stories as opposed to having Huck and his relationship with runaway slave Jim be the true heart.

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