PigaPancake

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!

To win:
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.

Contest ends July 10, 2009 @ 11:59:59 p.m.  Winner will be chosen using Random.org 

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TeacherMommy
11 years ago

Last chance to increase my chances, right? So: afternoon show. Me, two little boys, grandma. Please?

TeacherMommy
11 years ago

And since it’s a new day–me again, for the afternoon show with 2 boys + grandma!

TeacherMommy
11 years ago

I’m still shooting for the afternoon show! Two kids with me and one other–maybe their grandmama!

Liberty Torrence
Liberty Torrence
11 years ago

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!

Kristi Trimboli
Kristi Trimboli
11 years ago

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.

Jill Kathan
Jill Kathan
11 years ago

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!

Nancy Roth
Nancy Roth
11 years ago

My son would love the tickets to the 2 pm show. He loves these books. I would bring my son, daughter, and grandma!

Jennifer Kirchoff
Jennifer Kirchoff
11 years ago

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!!!!

Holley VanDenBerg
11 years ago

Oh, I’d love to take my 3 kids to the 2 p.m. showing (and meet you there?!) 🙂

TeacherMommy
11 years ago

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!

melissa
melissa
11 years ago

oops…the evening show!! my son. my sister and her youngest son!

melissa
melissa
11 years ago

oh, fun!!