Dear Edwina and her friends are back for another joyous off-Broadway musical that's perfect holiday entertainment for your family. We know you've got at least two weeks of activities to plan as schools are closed and afterschool activities shut down. Why not make the most of your time and soak up a little culture? Our favorite kid show of all time, Dear Edwina, is back!
For the third year, the kids (really adults acting like kids) from Paw Paw Michigan will sing and dance their way into your hears. Boys will love this show--there's nothing pink, girly, or princessy to be found on stage. Just witty lyrics (parents will appreciate) a sweet/positive story and fun music. Plus, no intermission. If you want to try out a musical with your youngsters, this is an ideal venue. You can even get the songs downloaded here or on itunes before the show! Reduced rate days: Friday - January 7, Friday - January 14, Friday - January 21, Friday - January 28: $25.00
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$39 per seat (and everyone needs a seat)
103 East 15th Street (At 20 Union Square East)
For ticket sales call (212) 239-6200 (Outside the NY metro area (800) 432-7250.)
Running Time: 70 minutes, with no intermission
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get 4 tickets to see the show again. We last reviewed it on our own dime in 2009.