The Jungle Books Comes to the Amphitheatre

One of literature’s most enduring classics is brought vividly to the stage in this exciting adventure of Mowgli, the Indian boy, raised by caring wolves, befriended by Bagheera the Panther, and Baloo the Bear, and threatened by Shere Kahn the evil tiger. Also present are an array of other jungle creatures who inhabit this action-filled play.

Interspersed with the Mowgli tale is the equally intriguing story of a young Rudyard Kipling, who is sent from his home in Bombay to a British boarding school where he encounters his own “jungle” including people-both good and otherwise-who parallel many of the animal characters he created. Filled with excitement and humor, the play highlights the struggle of good versus evil, the worth of friendship, and the importance of loyalty and other values required for surviving the “law of the jungle.”

While the very young audiences will delight in the portrayal of the animals and the fast paced action, older children will be fascinated by the character relations and the story itself, as well as the unique introduction to the author.

Location:
“The Jungle Book ” will be held at the Mable House/Barnes Amphitheatre, located straight ahead of you when entering the complex. Table, Fixed Seat, and Lawn seating are available. Although concessions will be available, feel free to bring your own picnic lunches and dinners.

Dates:
Friday, November 7 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 8 7:00 pm
Sunday, November 9 3:00 pm

Tickets:
Available in person at the Arts Center
$5.00 (General Seating – Children 12 and under are free)
$25.00 (Table, seats four – price does not adjust for children 12 and under)

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Aaron Hofmann is the founder of SmyrnaVinings.com and also a Realtor with Atlanta Communities focused on the Smyrna real estate market and the Vinings real estate market. Aaron is a transplant from the Midwest (amazingly not a native Atlantan) and has lived in the Smyrna Vinings area for over 10 years. Find Aaron Hofmann on Google+

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