Not Just for Kids Series: The Teacher From The Black Lagoon at Michigan Theater Buy One, Get One Free Tickets

The Bernard L. Maas Foundation Not Just For Kids Series presented by Toyota at the Michigan Theater is a series of family-friendly, professional theater productions for children and the whole family to enjoy. There are 2 shows remaining in the 2013-2014 series.

The next performance in the series is The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Story Books on Sunday, March 16 at 1:30p. The show, sponsored by Blue Care Network, features characters from children’s books such as the Teacher from the Black Lagoon, Lily’s Purple Plastic Purse, Chrysanthemum, Dogzilla, Grumpy Bird, I Want My Hat Back, and Splat the Cat. The show is best for kids in grades Pre-K to 4. Last year my daughter (1st grade at the time) enjoyed the Black Lagoon series of books, so I am sure she will love this show.

Ticketmaster is currently offering buy one, get one free tickets using code TMN241 for The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Story Books. Tickets are $15 each ($12 for Michigan Theater members). With Ticketmaster charges and the buy one, get one free tickets, the total price for two tickets is $25.05 ($4.55 order processing fee and $2.75/ticket service fee).

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The final performance in the 2013-2014 series is Henry & Mudge on Sunday, May 4 at 1:30p. The play is based on the Henry & Mudge Series of books written by Cynthia Rylant with pictures by Suçie Stevenson.


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My daughter and I attended Nate the Great in 2012 and really enjoyed the show. Unfortunately, our busy schedule often means that we are not free to attend the performances

The Michigan Theater is located at 603 E. Liberty St in downtown Ann Arbor. On-street parking is limited, but there is a large parking garage on Maynard Street. Both Street Parking and Ann Arbor City lots offer free parking on Sundays.

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