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Music and Lyrics by: LESLIE BRICUSSE and ANTHONY NEWLEY
Adapted for the Stage by: LESLIE BRICUSSE and TIMOTHY ALLEN MCDONALD
Based on the Book: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY by ROALD DAHL

Performances:
Friday, November 2 – 7:30PM
Saturday, November 3 – 2:00PM
Sunday, November 4 – 2:00PM

Ticketing Information:

All general admission tickets for all ages are $13.00 each, and may be purchased in advance once sales open (advance reservations strongly recommended).  Remaining tickets will be sold at the door, one hour prior to show times. ALL PURCHASES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE! (exchanges to other performances may be possible, if applicable).

All performances take place at STAGES Youth Theater (202 Woodford Street, Portland, ME).  A large parking lot is available on-site, with additional (un-metered) parking on residential side streets. The main entrance to the theater is located on the parking lot side of the building. ADA-Accessible parking is located in the rear of the STAGES/Woodford’s Congregational Church campus, where there is also an elevator available for those requiring use of  it. The theater and restrooms are on the ground/basement level.

ACCESSIBILITY CONCERNS: After purchasing your tickets, please let us know (boxoffice@stagesacademy.com) if anyone in your party requires special seating consideration (aisle seats, wheelchair accommodation, etc) and STAGES will work with you to make sure your party is seated comfortably.

AGE  RESTRICTIONS:  ROALD DAHL’S WILLY WONKA is a musical theater adaptation of the beloved Roald Dahl book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It includes colorful, over-the-top characters, a zany storyline, and upbeat songs (many of them familiar from the film adaptations of the same book).  It is a delightful show, but does include some darker themes at moments (poverty and greed for example), as well as some depictions of excessively bratty behavior from several of the characters. This show is also a full-length musical performance, with an estimated run time of approximately two hours.  STAGES recommends this production is best suited for audience members ages 8 and above. Please use discretion when purchasing tickets for younger audience members and remember that, as a courtesy to our student performers and fellow audience members, it is STAGES’ policy to not admit infants, toddlers or young children ages 4 and under into any mainstage performance.

TICKET CHECK-IN: There will be NO paper tickets issued for this performance. Pre-paid tickets will be held in the form of a will call list. You and all of your party members will need to check in with this list at the box office table (opens one hour prior to performance start time).

 

**PURCHASE TICKETS HERE BEGINNING OCTOBER 23, 2018!**

If you have any questions about ticketing for this production,
please contact box office manager Benn May at
boxoffice@stagesacademy.com 

“Inclusion, confidence, empathy, support. STAGES teaches life long lessons that go far beyond any stage. There is NO youth theater experience like it.”

Julie Fournier, STAGES Parent

“My time at STAGES gave me a sense of belonging, and presented an entry point for something that I found myself so passionate about. These experiences helped to shape my love of the arts and appreciate the impact that the performing, and later visual, arts could have on my life.”

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