- $22 for one ticket for section B seating during a Tuesday–Friday show (up to $31 value)
- $29 for one ticket for section A seating during a Tuesday–Friday show (up to $41 value)
- $29 for one ticket for section B seating during a Saturday or Sunday show (up to $41 value)
- $36 for one ticket for section A seating during a Saturday or Sunday show (up to $51 value)
- Click here for the show calendar
- Sections A and B are on the main floor; section A seats are toward the middle, and section B seats are toward the rear on the ends. Click here to view the seating chart.
The Snowy Day
When fresh snow blankets his neighborhood, little Peter has but one option: to explore. Dressed in his winter gear, he wanders into the newly white world to unearth treasures buried in the snow, build snowmen, and climb mountains. When the time finally comes to head home and warm up, Peter makes sure to stuff a souvenir—a carefully crafted snowball—into his coat pocket.
Written and illustrated by award-winning author Ezra Jack Keats, The Snowy Day is considered one of the most important books of the 20th Century for its portrayal of race and its beautiful haiku-like writing. In fact, the Library of Congress included it on its “Books that Shaped America” list. Now, the Children’s Theatre Company has spun the story into an original theatrical adaptation. The performance dazzles with vibrant sets, energetic actors, and puppets designed by the internationally acclaimed Fabrizio Montecchi. It also follows Peter through some of Keats’s other famous works—including Whistle for Willie and A Letter to Amy—that explore the little delights of childhood.
Children's Theatre Company
It's easy to add a little magic to a child's life—just take them to a Children's Theatre Company show. For nearly 50 years, the company has been making dreams come true on stage with humor, grace, and some jaw-dropping props. The stage comes to life with unforgettable classic scenes—such as Peter Pan flying from the Darlings' window and waving to his air-traffic controller—and new theatrical feats such as the meeting between a young sailor and a life-size whale in CTC-commissioned piece Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy. The company as a whole remains the only performance company for young people to win a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theater.