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Adventure Theatre’s Frosty the Snowman has got us excited for winter! A fun spin on the classic winter song, the play starts with the announcement of school cancellations in Germantown, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Bethesda, and of course, Glen Echo. Friends meet to enjoy all the staples of a snow day: ice skating, snow angels, a very silly snowball fight and of course, building a snowman.
Chaos ensues after the kids place a magic hat upon his head. Frosty comes to life and brings some seriously sick dance moves, that my son is currently trying (and failing) to recreate as I write this.
This is a very physical play, with almost constant gymnastics, step-dancing, ice skating, and action scenes! It was also very, very silly; my kids couldn’t look away or stop laughing!
I always look forward to the shows put on by Adventure Theatre Company! The high energy and enthusiasm exuding from the crew and talent always make for a fun afternoon with my kids, who always leave with smiles on their faces! Frosty the Snowman is recommended for all ages and runs from November 17th until December 31st.
Know before you go:
-The theatre opens 30 minutes prior to the performance so get there early if you want to sit center stage.
–No food, drink or photography is allowed in the theater.
-There are no concessions available in the theater.
– The theatre is located at Glen Echo Park (7300 MacArthur Blvd, Glen Echo, MD 20812). Parking is free and plentiful, but give yourself an extra 10 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the theatre. From the parking lot, walk across the bridge, along the trail, pass the aquarium and carousel, and the theatre is on your left.
-Stroller parking is available outside the theatre.
-There is a playground nearby, behind the carousel, if you have time (or energy) to kill before or after the show.
-Check out the website for special performance dates, such as Pajama Parties, American Sign Language interpreted performances, and sensory/autism friendly performances.