James and the Giant Peach
February 7-23, 2014
Adapted by David Wood, based on the Roald Dahl Book.
A rhinoceros ate the parents of James Henry Trott. That was bad enough. Then James was sent to live with his awful aunts. But all is not lost! A giant peach magically appears in the backyard, and James finds a secret way inside. He makes his escape with some of the greatest pals a kid can have—six very funny but fractious bugs, who must learn how to get along as they cross the Atlantic to their new home in Central Park.
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