IT TAKES A RAINBOW: A FEATURED EVENT OF THE MIDTOWN INTERNATIONAL THEATRE FESTIVAL

Seven little lizards leave their lodgings…

ITAR logo with tag lineBook and lyrics by Emily Clare Thompson

Music by Richard D. Russell

Performance Schedule: Fri 8/04, 11:00am; Sat 8/05, 12:00pm; Sun 8/06, 12:00pm

MITF: Summer 2017

July 15 – Aug 6, 2017

WorkShop Theater

312 W.36th Street, NYC

WWW.MIDTOWNFESTIVAL.ORG

Seven little lizards, all the same, venture forth from their safe home in search of the colorful world.

The experience is so exciting that each little lizard transforms into one of the colors of the rainbow. But when they return home their parents hardly recognize them… very quickly, though, they all agree that it’s what’s inside that counts. After all, “it takes a rainbow to make a lizard’s world complete.”

This delightful children’s musical giving today’s audience a perfect parable of equality and acceptance is brought to you by one of the leading teams of writers of theatre for young audiences. Emily Clare Thompson & Richard D. Russell have written more than a half dozen musicals with a  message. They won the 2011 citation from the Character Education Partnership, they founded Musicals with Character to better brand what they do. The Character Education Partnership cited the team’s work for the way they “…present a moral and promote character education … students view characters correcting wrong choices and taking healthy steps to create a supportive community.” .

The Midtown International Theatre Festival returns for another summer of quality stage works. New York’s oldest continuing theater festival will present 100 plays in 23 days.

One of the leading reasons to visit New York in the summer is the theater – from Shakespeare in the Park to the best of Broadway. New York is also known for its amazing theater festivals. This year, the venerable Midtown International Theatre Festival takes its place as the oldest continuing summer arts festival in New York. To usher in this honor, producer John Chatterton presents nearly 100 new and fascinating live stage works – plays, musicals, variety acts, short plays, solo projects, and so much more. Visit www.midtownfestival.org for further info.

 

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