Novel by EDITH NESBIT
Music and Lyrics by JANE SHAW & MARK HARTMAN
Adapted and Directed by CAROL DUNNE & ERIC LOVE
NOVEMBER 22 - JANUARY 1
Faced with a family crisis during the Great Depression, three siblings are uprooted from their city lives to a small Vermont railway town. Bobbie, Peter, and Phyllis are transformed by their life in the country as they make thrilling discoveries exploring the railroad and befriending the people in their new town. Adapted from the beloved children’s novel of the same name, this new musical holiday classic celebrates resilience, kindness, and the power of community.
$20 for 25 and Under
$19 FOR STUDENTS OF ALL AGES
Dive deeper into the themes of the musical with moderated talkbacks after the following performances:
Saturday, December 3th, at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 10th, at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 21st, at 7:30 p.m.
COVID-19 POLICY: Masks will NOT be required but are encouraged inside the Barrette Center for the Performing Arts.
FAMILY HOLIDAY SPOT ON EVENT
Sunday, December 4th, after the 2 p.m. performance
This re-imagination of The Railway Children celebrates the power of a small town community and the act of coming together in the face of obstacles. This December, join us at Northern Stage for a fun afternoon of family holiday activities! Learn to sing the songs from The Railway Children, deck our lobby with arts and crafts, or enjoy a cup of hot cocoa over chats with local historians and artists! Bathe in gratitude, love, and joy this holiday season in the heart of White River Junction with The Railway Children.
ADMISSION IS FREE BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED