Dec. 3-4 Only! Harold and the Purple Crayon: A Dance Adventure

Balancing family fun time and expenses over the holiday season can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. So take A Dance Adventure the whole family can enjoy.

The beloved children’s book character “Harold,” his purple crayon and all his adventures will grace the Harris Theater stage in Chicago’s Millennium Park on December 3 & 4 at 2 p.m.  Tickets start at just $15.

Hubbard Street 2 performance of Harold and the Purple Crayon. Photo Credit: © Todd Rosenberg Photography

A co-presentation by the Harris Theater and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, this interactive, 1-hour family program featuring music by Chicago’s Andrew Bird gives families the opportunity to help Harold create his next adventure through their own exploration of movement.

The narrative choreography aims to inspire children to use their imagination and communicate through dance, but is sure to have the whole family in awe.

Now re-envisioned with new and exciting lighting, a phenomenal new Hubbard Street 2 cast and larger-than-life props on stage, Harold and the Purple Crayon: A Dance Adventure performed to sold-out audiences in 2010 and is sure to do so again. 

All tickets for this program start at just $15. Tickets are available for purchase at the Harris Theater Box Office located in Millennium Park at 205 E. Randolph Drive, by calling 312-334-7777 or online at www.harristheaterchicago.org; or through Hubbard Street Dance Chicago: 312-850-9744 ext. 166 or www.hubbardstreetdance.com. Group discounts are available.

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