Thursday, June 26, 2008


Tokyo Theatre For Children proudly presents our 2008 Fall Show!
Directed Sandy Holderbach

Dates and Times:
November 21 Friday
6:30 p.m.
November 22 Saturday
11:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.

Tokyo American Club (TAC) in Shinagawa/Gotanda
4-25-46 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0074

2,500 yen per person (2 years and older)

The show is approximately 90 minutes long, including intermission.
Open to the Public.
Open Seating. Children are invited to sit on the floor.
Doors open 15 minutes prior to each performance.
Tickets can be purchased at the door 45 minutes prior to the show.
Buy 10 tickets and get one free!
*TAC members may purchase tickets through the MS Desk.
*There is NO public parking at the Tokyo American Club.

The Box Office for reserving tickets via e-mail is now CLOSED.
Please come directly to the show and purchase your tickets at the Front of House.
Front of House opens 45 minutes prior to each performance.
At the new TAC, we are in a smaller area and the seating is quite cozy.
For your comfort, please consider coming to the Saturday 6:30 show!

*Scroll down to see our promo photo!

The Three Little Pigs are at it again! Join Sooey, Hooey and Pigtail as they head out to Baby Bear's Dude Ranch for a vacation. But the excitement really begins when Big Bad Wolf and his cousin show up. Now 'Cuz and Big Bad Wolf have trapped Sooey and are preparing her for supper! Can Hooey and Pigtail save their older sister? Find out what happens when they challenge the Big Bad Wolf to a Huffin' and Puffin' Rodeo!
You won't want to miss this rompin', stompin’, toe-tappin’ family musical!

TOKYO THEATRE FOR CHILDREN has been bringing the magical world of musical theatre to kids, young and old, for over 35 years!
We are a non-profit, English-speaking, adult community theatre troupe and we are always looking for volunteers!
Can you paint? Build? Act? Sing? Sew? Dance?
Want to put on a headset and work backstage?
No experience? No problem!
How about being a patron of the Arts? Production costs are extremely high.
Please help us keep Tokyo Theatre for Children alive and help us bring the world of make-believe to life!
What can be better than making kids smile?
Make them laugh!

For further information, please contact Gerri at