"Gift of the Ice Queen"

Nov 26th - Dec 18th

Tickets - $10

Performances are held Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm & 3:30pm

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The Queen of the Ice Fairies has been living peacefully high above a mountain top for centuries. Bjorn, a young man, has been living peacefully among his friends and family in their village at the base of the mountain. They know not of the cold and snowy weather that the Ice Queen creates, and she knows very little of their way of life. When Trolden, a man from the village climbs the mountain to prove that the glistening white peaks are diamonds, he starts trouble with the fairies and their goblin protectors. Bjorn seems to be the only one who might be able to make things right again, but will he be too late to convince the Ice Queen that the village means no harm? Join us for this highly interactive, original musical as part of your family's holiday memories!

"Robin Hood
. . . the Game"


January 14th - 29th

Tickets - $10

Performances are held
Saturday and Sunday
at 1:00pm & 3:30pm

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Group rates available for reservations of 10 or more people.  

Please call our box office at 412.243.6464 ext. 2 for information and to complete your reservation.


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Improv Comedy!

Next Show:
Saturday, December 10th - "Holiday Show!"

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Performance days, times and prices vary per performance, so please check the specific performance listing for details. Children under 2 are free, but must sit on an adult lap. All ticket sales are final and are not refundable for cash or credit. The Gemini Children's Theater performs out of the Father Ryan Arts Center in McKees Rocks.

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