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Patchogue Theatre is thrilled to offer in-house shows for educational school field trips. Our beautiful, historic 1100 seat theater is waiting to bring the magic of live theater to your students. Shows are approved by BOCES - find us in the BOCES catalog under Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts or email our Director of Educational Outreach for more information.

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Awesome Allie | First Kid Astronaut
10:00am and 12:00pm
Recommended for Grades 1-3
Tickets $15.00 per person

Grab your space suit and get ready for an adventure that’s out of this world!

Yesterday Allie was just a normal kid, but today she’s headed into outer space! With the help of her trusty talking dog Captain Chaos and Rover the Dancing Robot from Mars, Allie’s on a mission across the solar system to save Earth, and maybe learn some things about science along the way. But she’d better be home in time for dinner!

Allie was just your typical eight-year-old girl from Skokie, Illinois, until one day she was chosen for a very special mission. At the farthest edges of our solar system, an alien lands on Pluto looking for something very important from Earth. But it won’t speak with the President. It claims it won’t speak with anyone. Anyone, that is, except Awesome Allie. Called from across the sky and tapped by the President himself, Allie soon sets out in her dance-powered spaceship on a journey through the stars, soaring from Earth to Pluto with only a trusty, talking dog named Captain Chaos by her side. Along the way, she’ll meet unlikely challenges and unlikelier friends, from the disco dancing land rover stranded on Mars to the world’s smartest supercomputer, PAL 9000. She’ll learn the order of the planets and lots of fun facts about the solar system, and she’ll need the whole audience’s help if she’s going to dance her ship all the way to Pluto. But what does this Alien want? What is it that’s worth crossing the entire solar system to find? Allie’s about to discover that friendship just might be the most important thing in the whole universe—but only the audience can help her figure it out!

English Language Arts
Social Studies