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‘3 Little Pigs’ a great time

THEATER REVIEW

What do you get when you put a new twist on an old favorite? A

fabulous show, of course!

The Falcon Theatre’s adaptation of the classic three little pigs

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story is a fun-filled adventure that kids will absolutely love from

start to finish.

The hour-long play tells the story of Petunia, Patsy and Percy,

three pigs each with their own unique personalities. Petunia, the

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boss of the three, is convinced that she’s going to become a star.

Patsy wants to be a cowgirl. And Percy is a hilarious chef.

As the three pigs set out to seek their fortunes, they meet

Wolfie, a witch standing in for the absent wolf.

Along the way, they all learn a few unexpected lessons while

having a lot of fun.

The actors do a wonderful job and really draw the audience into

the story. They also get the audience involved, which children will

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enjoy.

There’s a lot of comedy and there is never a dull moment. All the

children seemed to be having a good time and so were their parents.

This play is a great idea for families who want to have a good

laugh with their children, but would like to do something new, rather

than going to the movies.

As I was leaving the theater, I noticed a lot of smiles on both

parents’ and children’s faces.

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I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone.


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