Jean and the Wonderful Idea Machine Feb 17 – Mar 11, 2018

Portland Musical Theater Company presents

a World Premiere Musical Event 

Jean and the Wonderful Idea Machine


February 17 –  March 11, 2018

Written by Jenn August
Directed by Deanna Maio

In a hurry, Get Your Tickets Now or call 971-225-SHOW.

Based on the popular children’s book, Jean and the Wonderful Idea Machine, is about a young girl who believes she could invent something that would change worried thoughts to wonderful ideas.

Encouraged by a science fair project, Jean invents and builds a wonderful idea machine.

Word of this machine reaches the President of the United States and Jean is invited to bring her wonderful idea machine to the world peace summit to help solve all the world problems.

Jean is a wonderful example of a little girl who believes in her ideas and cares about making the world a better place.

This world-premiere musical event is about believing in your dreams and making them come true.

Music, Lyrics and Book by Jenn August
Directed by Deanna Maio

Featuring:
Rebecca Raccanelli, Ava Anderson, James Reynolds, Michael McGee, Sherrie Van Hine, and Troy Sawyer

This family-friendly show runs 90 minutes including a 15 minute intermission. It is all-ages appropriate.

Special savings available for Groups of 10 or more.

Contact boxoffice@portlandmusicaltheater.org or (971) 225-SHOW for groups of 10 or more.

Get Your Tickets Online Now or call 971-225-SHOW

Tickets for Jean and the Wonderful Idea Machine are now available now here or by calling the Portland Musical Theater Company box office at 971-225-SHOW.

The show will be held at Mister Theater, located at 1847 East Burnside Street, Portland Oregon 97214

Performances:
Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm
February 17, 18, 24, 25
March 3, 4, 10, 11

Get Your Tickets Now or call the box office at 971-225-SHOW

About Portland Musical Theater Company

Portland Musical Theater Company seeks to inspire others to get into the arts through performances and educational programs. The programming and productions are selected to serve two fundamental truths- that each of us is special and has unique gifts to contribute to the world, and that we’re more alike and connected than we realize. As the organization believes in the uniqueness of the individual, their programs seek to bring out the individual strengths of each student, while productions seek to create community and connection.

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