A stage adaptation of the children’s comedy classic, Laura Joffe Numeroff’s story If You Give a Pig a Pancake, will make two performances at Meadow Brook Music Festival on Wednesday, July 22. Show times are 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
If you give a pig a pancake, she’ll want some syrup to go with it. If you give her some of your favorite maple syrup she’ll probably get all sticky, so she’ll want to take a bath. Don’t miss the rest of the adventure with eight-year-old Laura and her very energetic, curly tailed friend Felicia. If you liked Etico Production’s If You Give a Mouse a Cookie you’ll love this Michigan premiere of the next in the series of “If You Give…” stories. Based on the popular children’s’ books by Laura Joffe Numeroff, If You Give a Pig a Pancake, is messy fun and laughter for the whole family.
John Manfredi, an award-winning director, has secured the rights to the classic story which he has adapted to the stage. He will produce and direct the production as well. Emily Sutton-Smith, a New York City native and currently on the staff of the Michigan Theatre in Ann Arbor, will play the role of Felicia.
I have 4 tickets for the 2 p.m. showing and 4 tickets for the 7 p.m. showing!
1. Tell me which showing you’d like to go to and who you plan on bringing. You can enter once a day until the contest is over.
Last chance to increase my chances, right? So: afternoon show. Me, two little boys, grandma. Please?
And since it’s a new day–me again, for the afternoon show with 2 boys + grandma!
I’m still shooting for the afternoon show! Two kids with me and one other–maybe their grandmama!
Either show works for us. If it were the afternoon, we’d take a friend and her 3 year old, along with myself, my 3 year old, and my 1 year old (does she need a ticket?) If it were evening, my husband would join us!
My almost 5 year old loves Laura Numeroff books. I think we’d make it a family event, so I’d bring my husband, daughter (18 months), and son. I’d prefer the evening tickets just b/c my husband works, but I’m sure I could find someone else to go with us if we win the afternoon showtime.
Oh, I’d LOVE to bring a friend of mine & her 5 year old son – and of course my 2 yr old daughter. I would prefer the evening show! Oh, this sounds like SOOOO much fun!
My son would love the tickets to the 2 pm show. He loves these books. I would bring my son, daughter, and grandma!
I would LOVE the tickets to the 2 pm one. My son goes to bed around 830 or 9 and I dont want to keep him out too late!!! 🙂 I would bring my son *obviously*, husband and nephew! They would have a blast!!!!
Oh, I’d love to take my 3 kids to the 2 p.m. showing (and meet you there?!) 🙂
Ooh! Me, me! I’d love to go to the afternoon show! I’d bring my two young sons and a friend. What perfect timing that would be!
oops…the evening show!! my son. my sister and her youngest son!