The Hundred Dresses
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Showings
Nashville Children's TheatreSat, Sep 23 2:00 PM
Grandparents Day and After-Words
Join us after the show for After-Words, a discussion with the cast and crew about the show. Also, Grandparents take advantage of our special Grandparents Day station in the lobby for fun photo opportunities, stickers, and other special treats.
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Nashville Children's TheatreSun, Sep 24 2:00 PM
ASL Sign-Interpreted Performance
Theatrical sign-interpretation is provided through a partnership with Gate Communications. When choosing seats, be aware that sign-interpreters are positioned in front of the stage, House Left (which is the right side of seating when looking at the map online). If you wish to have seats specifically-designated for having the best view of both the show and the interpreter, click on the button for Accessible Seating and choose from the following seats: C1, C3, C5, C7, D1, D3, D5, D7, D9, D11, D13, D15, D17, E11, E13, E15, E17, F15, F17, or F19.
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Nashville Children's TheatreWed, Sep 27 1:00 PM
Homeschool Day
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Nashville Children's TheatreSat, Sep 30 2:00 PM
Sensory-Friendly Performance
For detailed information about Sensory-Friendly Performances, please visit http://www.nashvillechildrenstheatre.org/accessibility/#sensory-friendly. Patrons wishing to select seats specifically designated as having the best view of the Usher-Guide should clicck the button for Accessible Seating and select from seats in House Left (right side of the map) in rows C-F.
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Description

The Hundred Dresses
adapted from the book by Eleanor Estes
by William Kent Williams

September 14 - October 1,  2017

Wanda Petronski, the new girl in Room 13, speaks with an accent, has a funny last name, lives in the wrong part of town, and wears the same faded blue dress to school every day. Who would believe she has a hundred bright, shiny new ones at home. As Wanda's story unfolds, her classmates learn the secret of the hundred dresses and with it, a lesson in tolerance, in taking responsibility, and in living with the consequences of one?s actions.

Based on the Newberry Honor novel, The Hundred Dresses takes audiences of all ages on a heartwarming journey about finding the courage to stand up for others, even if you are standing alone.