Clowes Hall, located at 4602 Sunset Avenue in Indianapolis, is an iconic building of Butler University. It has played host to some great works of theater over the years, and continues to boast an awesome lineup this year. This post in particular is geared towards families that are familiar with Junie B. Jones. A series of over 30 books written by Barbara Park, Junie B. Jones is the title character and main protagonist. Some random facts about Junie that her fans would know:
- Her favorite foods are spaghetti and meatballs, lemon pie, and ice cream
- She is afraid of roosters, ponies, and clowns
- She has brown hair and blue-green eyes
What her fans may not have been aware of before reading this post is that the musical adaptation about Junie B. Jones is coming to Clowes Hall next week. Fans will have the opportunity to see this live program at 10:00 a.m. and noon on Wednesday, April 24. Clowes Hall is selling tickets for the reasonably low price of $15 per person. Here is the Clowes Hall summary of the musical adaptation:
“Hurrah! Hurrah! Junie B. Jones has finally graduated from kindergarten and is ready for first grade – at last! Armed with her top-secret personal beeswax journal, Junie struggles to adjust to a whole new group of friends, a new teacher and new glasses – yikes! This is challenging, even for the irrepressible Junie B. Back by popular demand, this musical adaptation follows Junie B. through rollicking adventures based on 4 books by Barbara Park.”
Tickets will probably go quickly for this musical, so we recommend you click here quickly to reserve your seats at Clowes Hall next week.