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Free for children under 5. Call 914-325-1053 or read below for more information.
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More Information

Celebrating its 10th consecutive season, The Children's Theatre Company of Peekskill will present two musicals at The Ford Theatre in Peekskill on Saturday and Sunday, January 30, 31 and February 6 and 7 2016.

Performances will be held at the Peekskill Admin Building's Ford Theatre, 1031 Elm Street, Peekskill NY. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased above or at The Ford Theatre. For information and to request press release, contact 914-325-1053 or email info@necspace.com.

Summary of shows

A Butter Battle Tale
Adapted and written by Lori Lazarus
Music arrangement by Frank Sanchez
Inspired by original story by Dr. Seuss

Engaged in a long-running battle, rivaling neighbors develop more and more sophisticated weaponry as they attempt to out do each other. In this battle between the two neighbors, (over which way to butter your bread!), the story conveys the astounding destructive potential behind a war where the enemies lose sight of their true goals. While the underlying theme to the story is the absurdity of battle, the message is that people must overcome their prejudices and pride in order to live in peace.

Respect, A Musical Journey Of Women
By Dorothy Marcic

This play takes us on a historical journey of women through popular music. For more than the first half of the last century, the voice of women in Top-40 popular music has been one of neediness and dependency. "I'll do anything for you or just LOVE me and I'll stand by my man;" to landmark songs, like "I will survive" and "R.E.S.P.E.C.T." Watch the musical evolution of women in songs tracking the Top 40 from 1900 to modern day.