June 30 - August 5
Jack Kelly and his fellow "newsies," many of whom are orphaned or homeless, make a meager living on the 1899 New York City streets selling newspapers. When the prices of the newspapers are hiked and the newsies are hung out to dry, Jack and young newspaper reporter Katherine Plummer set out to form a union and organize a strike against the greedy New York World Publisher, Joseph Pulitzer.
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MATINEE: 11:30 LUNCH; 1:00 SHOW
EVENING: 6:00 DINNER; 7:30 SHOW
SUNDAY TWILIGHT: 5:30 DINNER; 7:00 SHOW
THURSDAY EVENING: 5:30 SERVED DINNER; 7:30 SHOW
Children's Theatre lunch times vary.