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November 2012 / Manhattan Family / Columnists / Featured Event

‘The Velveteen Rabbit’ at DR2 Kids Theatre

‘The Velveteen Rabbit’ hops into town

Oh, to be a real rabbit,” laments the Velveteen Rabbit. Find out if his wish comes true when the production comes to the DR2Kids Theater from Nov. 16 to Jan. 27, 2013.

The play is based on the children’s classic by Margery Williams and tells the story of the testament to a child’s imagination and the love of a favored toy.

Now, the tale comes to life in this creation by Kevin Del Aguila. With a little bit of nursery magic, three actors and their simple props transform into a wise, old rocking horse, a cavalcade of mechanical playthings, a kind-hearted fairy and, of course, a stuffed rabbit who is transformed by the love of a young boy. Suitable for children 4 to 8 years old.

“The Velveteen Rabbit,” Fridays at 5 pm and Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am, 1pm, and 4 pm from Nov. 16 to Jan. 27, 2013. Tickets are $39.

DR2 Kids Theatre [103 E. 15th St. at Union Square East in Union Square, (212) 239–6200,].

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