- Admission to see Artie Playhouse’s Doc, Doc, Goose or Tilly the Trickster
- When: Tilly the Trickster runs through Saturday, February 1; Doc, Doc, Goose runs from Saturday, February 8 through Saturday, March 1.
- Where: Artisan Center Theater
- Section: reserved seating
- Door time: 30 minutes prior to showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
- $7 for one adult ticket, one children’s ticket, and two popcorns (up to $15.20 value)
- $14 for two adult tickets, two children’s tickets, and four popcorns (up to $30.40 value)
- $20 for two adult tickets, four children’s tickets, and six popcorns (up to $43.40 value)
- Click to view the schedule of performances for Tilly the Trickster and Doc, Doc, Goose.<p>
Tilly the Trickster
Tilly’s always got something up her sleeve, and it’s not a wristwatch or a never ending string of scarves. A little girl with a big imagination and a bigger sense of mischief, Tilly has tricks in store for Mom, Dad, her brother, her classmates, and even her teacher. After one too many leaky cups and toothpaste-flavored cookies, her family decides it’s time for a taste of her own medicine—but will a turn on the other side of the short-sheeted bed get Tilly to give up the trickster lifestyle? Tilly the Trickster began as a book by celebrated comedian Molly Shannon and illustrator Ard Hoyt, and now springs to life in a lively musical production featuring a cast of local children.<p>
Doc, Doc, Goose
Even storybook characters need an aspirin every now and then. And after noting exactly how many ailments were afflicting the citizens of Nurseryland, Mother Goose knew what she had to do: enroll in medical school. Armed with a stethoscope and healthy dose of knowledge, Dr. Goose returns to tend a colorful cast of invalids, including a cow sore from too many leaps over the moon, a crooked man seeking chiropractic care, and a young girl who just can’t stop crashing bears’ house parties. Youthful actors dive into Patrick Rainville Dorn’s cheerfully slapstick script, creating more than enough laughs to fill a standard medical history form.