Curious George and The Golden Meatball
7 PM | November 19-20
2 PM | November 21
Tickets go on sale at 10 AM November 8 | Purchase Tickets Online
Join Curious George, the inquisitive, lovable monkey-star of books, movies and the award-winning PBS television in this fun musical.
All You-Can-Eat Meatball Day came just once a year. George had been waiting all month for that day, a day almost bigger than his birthday! On Meatball Day, George helped his friend, Chef Pisghetti, cook some delicious meatballs and serve them to the hungry crowd.
But this year, the crowd had vanished! Something was keeping people away... something pretty big. And that something was Phinneas T. Lightspeed and his speedy Meatballs-o-Matic machine. In despair, Chef Pisghetti vows to cook no more. Determined to help his friend, George goes on a mission to enter the Chef's meatballs in the world-famous Golden Meatball Contest in Rome.
With every swing and flip, George takes the audience through a fun-filled adventure, in which he learns more about Rome... and meatballs... and the secret ingredient to cooking!
The Journey That Saved Curious George:
The True Wartime Escape of Margret and H.A. Rey.
November 12 - November 21
6:00 to 8:00 pm on weekdays
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on weekends
Many people have enjoyed the books, TV shows, and movies featuring Curious George, but few know the fascinating history of how he came to life. Long before getting himself into all sorts of mischief, the famous monkey made an incredible journey when his creators escaped the Nazi invasion of France. OCC Theater invites children, families, and adults of all ages to learn about this incredible adventure through the traveling art exhibit "The Journey That Saved Curious George: The True Wartime Escape of Margret and H.A. Rey." The exhibit will be hosted in the lobby of the Dr. John D. Stull Performing Arts Center.
The traveling exhibit showcases original and reproduction works of art depicting the miraculous escape of the Reys from Nazi-occupied France during WWII. OCC Theater will display their story along with fun activities for children. The exhibit is free to all ages and open to the public.