March 19, 2020 – March 27, 2020 all-day
$15 General Admission
The Hundred Dresses

Saturday, March 21 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, March 21 @ 7:00pm
Sunday, March 22 @ 2:00pm
Sunday, March 22 @ 4:30pm

“How many dresses?” “A hundred dresses.”

Wanda Petronski has a funny name and wears the same blue dress to school every day, but when her classmates tease and bully her, she claims to have a closet full of one hundred dresses at home, all lined up.  Maddie Reeves doesn’t have much more than one dress herself – but goes along with the game, even though she knows it’s cruel. How do you find the bravery to stand up for what you know is right – even if it means you are standing alone?

SCHOOL MATINEES: Thursday, March 19 and Monday-Friday, March 23-27, 10:00am & 11:45am

To learn more or to reserve LCT school matinee tickets CLICK HERE.

Best enjoyed by ages 8 and up
School matinees best suited for 3rd through 8th grade
Curricular Connections: Immigration, Bullying and Kindness, Compare and Contrast, Imagination

Performed on the LCT Learning Stage

For audition information CLICK HERE.


Things to Know Before You Go

About the Learning Stage Series

The Learning Stage Series debuted in our 2016-2017 season as a way to give more performance opportunities to young artists. Shows in this series are cast entirely with young performers ages 9-18 and designed primarily by LCT’s Resident Professional Interns and other staff members. Productions take place in our Learning Stage, a small 105 seat theatre on our second floor. Seating is stadium-style in a black box type setting where the actors are close to the audience. Tickets are sold general admission, so there is no assigned seating.

About your trip to the theatre

Be sure to arrive early to find a place to park – options include metered parking surrounding the theatre and the parking garage on the corner of Broadway and Short Street. LCT unfortunately cannot validate garage parking.

Because of the way the Learning Stage seating is set up, our seats do not have a back. If anyone attending needs a seat with a back rest, plan to arrive early to get a seat by the back wall of the theatre or let us know so we can reserve a seat for you. To offset the heat generated by stage lighting, the Learning Stage theatre can also get pretty cold. It’s a good idea to bring a sweater with you!

It’s also a good idea to bring some cash. You might need to pay for parking, and we will have books and LCT merchandise for sale in the lobby if you want to buy something before or after the show. If you forget your cash, though, no worries! Both the Box Office and the retail store accept credit and debit cards (excluding American Express).

For more on planning your visit to LCT, click here.

About The Hundred Dresses

More information coming soon…