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‘Stuart Little’ takes the stage

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The West Hudson Arts & Theater Company (W.H.A.T.) will present a stage version of E.B. White’s classic children’s book, “Stuart Little,” on Saturday, April 27 at 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. and Sunday April 28 at 1:30 p.m., at the W.H.A.T. Theater, 131 Midland Ave., Kearny.

This latest production from W.H.A.T. is made possible through a generous grant from the Kearny Education Association (KEA). “We are especially grateful to the KEA allowing us to bring our second family theater production to our stage, “ said W.H.A.T. President Gerald Ficeto. “Part of our mission is to reach the youngest theater fans and their families and help them embark on a lifelong love of live theater,” he added.

“Stuart Little” tells the story of a young boy named Stuart who, while born into a regular family of humans, looks curiously just like a mouse. His parents immediately accept him for who he is, but Stuart longs to see the world outside the comfort and safety of his home. At the wheel of his pint-sized roadster, Stuart sets off to see the world and encounters adventures and friends along the way.

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“‘Stuart Little’ was one of my favorite books,” said director Mary Pat Shields, who also serves as the W.H.A.T. vice president and has been involved in many local high school and middle school productions throughout West Hudson. “The characters are wonderful, the adventures are exciting, and the idea that a little guy takes on the big world is a perfect message for the kids of our community.”

That cast includes Jack Haefner, Noelle Haefner, Tim Firth, Jonathan Pinto and Paula Reyes.

The audience can meet the cast after each performance and patrons are invited to bring their cameras.

General admission tickets are $5 for children (age 12 and under) and seniors; $8 for adults. Reserved seating is available for groups of 25 or more. For tickets and additional information, visit www.whatco.org, call 201-467- 8624, or stop at the theater box office 30 minutes before curtain.

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