Charlotte’s Web

To help get everyone in the holiday spirit, Regina Little Theatre is presenting the stage version of E.B. White’s beloved 1952 children’s story set on a bucolic farm. The lead characters are a spider named Charlotte, and a pig named Wilbur. There’s a few other animals in the cast, along with some human characters, and the themes of loyalty and friendship are prominent throughout.

Charlotte’s Web will run from Wednesday, Dec. 3 to Saturday Dec. 6 at the Regina Performing Arts Centre. There’s performances each night at 7:30 p.m., along with a 1:30 p.m. matinee on Saturday. Tickets are Adults $20, Students & Seniors $18, with children 12 and under admitted to the matinée only for $10. More information can be found on the RLT website.

To close, here’s the trailer for a live action movie version of the story:

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