Laura Ingalls Wilder’s tales of outdoor adventure and pioneer spirit will inspire your students as they have millions of boys and girls for over 70 years. Born in 1867, Laura traveled acrossed America’s rolling plains in the back of a covered wagon. The Wilders created patchwork quilts that would later help inspire her time-honored books. Laura’s quilts still exist today, and their patterns recall her beloved family – her strong and caring Pa, her heroic sister Mary, her warm-hearted Ma – and their adventrues as they crossed the wild and often perilous frontier. Join the Ingalls in this adventure (authorized by the Laura Ingalls Estate) as they face the hardships and the triumphs of the wondrous new land, with sometimes only their faith and the love of family to sustain them.
Contact Arts on Stage for Tickets at 410-252-8717 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating 995 in a continental pattern that affords an excellent view of the stage from any seat in the house. No gum, food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium. Photography of any kind is prohibited. There are no lunch facilities available. No picnic lunches allowed on the grounds.