General Admission tickets start at $8 plus ticketing fees.
Saturdays and Sundays at 10am
By Phone: 866-811-4111*
or at the Door**
Note: Balloonacy is not part of any season package.
Great for Ages 1 to 5!
A tender, uplifting pantomime show for the little ones (and the big ones too). Sweet, inventive and packed with physical comedy, this play explores the power of friendship. With a little imagination and acceptance, one lonely person discovers companionship with the help of a red balloon.
Running time: Approximately 30 minutes.
The WOW Factor:
This show for our very youngest audiences is a great introduction to live theatre. The venue is kid-friendly, with nearly a 30 year track record of presenting theatre for young audiences the entire family can enjoy together.
* – a phone transaction fee applies for orders by phone.
** – ticketing fees are $1 more at the door than by booking in advance
Cast and Production Team:
Amy Baska (Saturdays) is thrilled to be a part of “Balloonacy” and would like to thank Jacki and Evan for including her in the project. She’s the proud mother of Asher, a beautiful 18 month old boy who she hopes to raise with a love of theatre to equal her own. Amy firmly believes that live theatre should be part of every child’s life, and that making theatre accessible to all young audience members is critical to the artistic health of our community. Past favorite roles include Squeeky Fromme in “Assassins” (SMP), and Lucy in “Avenue Q” (DS)
Jaclyn Young (Sundays) is the Education Coordinator for NextStop, and is proud to be a part of NextStop’s commitment to arts education. She has recently been seen on this stage in Seussical (Gertrude McFuzz), Crimes of the Heart (Chick), Love, Loss, and What I Wore (Geralyn and others), and Into the Woods (Lucinda). Jaclyn is also an FCPS Theatre Teacher, and a mama of 2 silly boys who love make-believe. She has a passion for bringing theatre to young audiences. Thanks for coming to play with us!
Co-directed by: Amy Baska and Jaclyn Young
Design by: Evan Hoffmann
Production Stage Manager: Max Frost