Spend the day at Adventure Theatre!
Adventure Theatre MTC has fun and exciting field trip opportunities for your group of 10 or more! All field trips take place at our professional stage in Glen Echo Park. Call our Patron Services Manager at 301.634.2270 to book your group or fill out our form online. If you are specifically looking for school field trips, please choose a weekday student matinee performance at 10am, 10:30am, 12pm, or 12:30pm.
NOVEMBER 19, 2021–JANUARY 2, 2022
Get three shows for the price of one! Adventure brings favorites from the digital Jingle in July festival to the live stage. Snowflakes, frost, and fantasy abound in Uri & Ora Light the Menorah by Robyn Shrater Seemann, Connection by Diego Maramba and Michelle Bowen, and Cranky Penguin by Keegan Patterson
FEBRUARY 4, 2022–MARCH 27, 2022
Mr. and Mrs. Mallard are exhausted from their search for a starter home when they land in the Boston Public Garden as a potential home. Surprised by a few conditions in the Garden, the Mallards move on to continue their search until their baby ducklings are born. When the ducklings begin to explore the world around them. The challenges of parenthood in the busy Boston environment create a fun bit of family drama. A classic story for all ages, this world premiere musical celebrates family, Boston, children, and the beings who make an unfamiliar place a home.
APRIL 15, 2022–MAY 30, 2022
Taro, a young Asian American boy, faces the ridicule and bullying of his classmates when he accidentally “poops in his pants”. Too ashamed to talk to anyone or return to school, Taro can only confide in his “best friend”—a stuffed toy rabbit named Blackberry, who invites three special friends to visit Taro to help him overcome his shame by taking him on a “magical” journey through space and time.
JUNE 17, 2022–AUGUST 21, 2022
Fantastagirl, a second-grade superhero who uses words to save the day, comes face to face with her worst nightmare: the Math Monster! When confronted with problems too big for words alone to solve, Fantastagirl must accept help from her friendly, furry, fraction-loving foe. While Fantastagirl and Math Monster use words and numbers to help her friends and scientist moms, something far more sinister than Math brews on the horizon.