Wild Swan Theater's 'A Honey Pot of Pooh Stories'

. November 30, 2015.

The adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their band of excitable forest creatures have been delighting children for almost a century. Now, thanks to the folks at Wild Swan Theater, their adventures are coming to life before audiences’ eyes in A Honey Pot of Pooh Stories. Tigger, Roo, Eeyore, and more will be on hand to delight children in this series of live-action performances. Watch as Pooh pretends he’s a cloud floating on a summer day, hunts heffalumps with Piglet, gets stuck in doorways, tries to trick bees out of their honey, and all other sorts of harmless mischief. An original tale based on the classic stories from A.A. Milne, this performance is sure to delight. For children grades pre-k through 2. With four total performances, this show runs through December 5. All performances take place at Towsley Auditorium on the Washtenaw Community College Campus.

10am/Thursday, December 3
10am and Noon/Friday
$12/adults, $8/children and seniors
Wild Swan Theater, 6175 Jackson Rd. – Ste. B.

734-995-0530 | wildswantheater.org