Family Matinee Series

LIVE performances for the whole family --Take a Journey TOGETHER!

Our Family Matinee Series is filled with literature coming to life and opens with a fun-filled, rapid-fire dance sensation! Enjoy three matinee performances this season with shows the whole family can enjoy - and at affordable prices. Bring the kids (or grandkids) to the Temple Theater for a Saturday afternoon of wonder, music, and FUN! Stay after the show to meet the cast for a special question and answer session. Then, talk about the experience on the way home. Make a memory, see a show ... together!  


 

Rhythmic Circus:  Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!
Show Date & Time:

Sun, Sep. 15, 2013, 2:30 pm
1 Hour • Cost: $5 kids, $10 grown-ups
Tickets on sale:
Aug. 14
No reserved seats.
Doors open at 1:45PM. Recommended for ages 3 and up
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Rhythmic Circus:  Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!

Rapid-Fire Tap and High-Spirited Humor…

Four energetic dancers transform their tap shoes into innovative and captivating instruments of rhythm. Their completely original performance, Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! is spiced with a varietyof musical flavors enlivened by an infectious seven-piece band, vocalists, and a very unique,one-man a cappella beat-box sensation. Rhythmic Circus has quickly risen from an underground percussive dance phenomenon to aground-breaking live performance company.  The show is a unique music and dance experience which truly appeals to audiences of all ages.  After its Lufkin appearance, the company will travel to New York for its Broadway debut at the New Victory Theatre.

Alice in Wonderland
Show Date & Time:

Sat, Oct. 19, 2013, 2:30 pm
1 Hour • Cost: $5 kids, $10 grown-ups
Tickets on sale:
Sep. 3
No reserved seats.
Doors open at 1:45PM. Recommended for ages 6-11
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Alice in Wonderland

Tout a Trac - Montreal

Alice refuses to do her schoolwork.  She prefers to play and daydream in her father’s study, where she stumbles across a strange rabbit who nibbles on books.  Faithful to the unbridled humor and madness of the original tale, this adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s famous book is crammed with surprises, which bring the vast range of colorful characters to life.  The performance is an homage to reading and features ingenious scenery, in which each book on the shelf becomes a door to the next adventure.