Imagine moving to NYC and discovering a crocodile in your apartment’s bathtub. You learn the crocodile is named Lyle and he becomes a good friend with the folks in the neighborhood, except for Mr. Grumps. Discover how acceptance and friendship can make things better. Lyle comes to the rescue and opens doors to understanding. Those folks around Lyle learn that they should not judge others by how different they appear or behave, but to accept people (and crocodiles) for what they are.
“King’s adaptation creates a theatrical version that is true to the spirit of the books, yet adds an extra dimension of camp and humor that gives the production a distinctive stylistic signature.” –St. Paul Pioneer Press
Presented with permission of Plays for New Audiences (PNA) a division of Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis MN
Fee: $9 with museum admission ($7 Members), $12 Theater only
Audience capacity numbers have been reduced to maintain social distancing. Purchase tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.