March 27-31, 2019
Written and Directed by Rex Daugherty
On a warm spring day, the friendly tune of the ice cream truck might be just what you need. But when one particular ice cream truck starts to fall apart, the drivers have to fix it before everything starts to melt! Will our friends find a way out of this sticky situation? This highly physical comedy features live percussion music and plenty of zany shenanigans. Come help us figure out how to fix up this ice cream truck where nothing goes right!
ABOUT ARTS ON THE HORIZON
The first theatre company in the country to focus solely on ages 2-5, Arts on the Horizon strives to present high-quality theatre for young audiences and their families at an affordable rate. We believe that the arts play an important role in the life of a child. Our 30-minute, interactive, nonverbal shows are performed by professional, adult actors. Post-show activities, such as take-home craft projects related to themes in the show and meet-and-greet opportunities with the performers, extend the theater-going experience beyond the actual production.
ABOUT ARTS FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
Arts for Young Audiences is an important part of our family programming at the Atlas. Shows are dramatically unique. Each season, Atlas features programming presented by DC area organizations specializing in programming for young people including bilingual shows, music, puppetry, THEATER and more! Generally, performances are designed for children ages 2-10 and are specified for each show. All patrons age 1 and above require a ticket.
Lab Theatre I
1333 H Street NE Washington, DC 20002
Parking is limited around the theater. Please use ride shares or public transportation like the free DC Street Car.
Atlas Performing Arts Center
Atlas Performing Arts Center, H Street Northeast, Washington, DC, USA