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What can you wear to the last performances of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE?

You have 3 decades to choose from!

Ah, the 70s. The origin point for Schoolhouse Rock: 1973. Picture Farah Fawcett, Liza Mannelli, Saturday Night Fever, big jewelry and bigger personalities. This was the age of disco, bell-bottoms, jumpsuits, patches and fringe, metallics, hot pants, and paisley. And don’t get us started on the puffy shirts…

Next, we have the 80s: 1985 is when Schoolhouse Rock finished its run– when we as a society were neck deep in neon, acid-wash jeans, denim on more denim, shoulder pads, track suits, and ruffles. Our hair was full and wild and mullets grew without fear of condemnation.

Last, but certainly not least, we have the 90s. The rise of grunge, transformation of punk, and the beginning of the age of the individual. Think of the movie Clueless, scrunchies, chokers, crop tops, baggy pants, and of course, reruns of Schoolhouse Rock!

Don’t miss the last three performances of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE this weekend!

Hurry, seats going fast! Sat., Feb. 22 at 1:30 PM

Hurry, seats going fast! Sun., Feb. 23 at 1:30 PM

Sun., Feb. 23 at 4:30 PM


Originally Conceived and Directed by Scott Ferguson
Book by Scott Ferguson, Kyle Hall, and George Keating
Music and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, Kathy Mandry, George Newall, and Tom Yohe
Directed by Nancy Schaeffer

SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE! JR is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. MTIShows[dot]com

Now thru February 23
Ages 5 and up

If you were a kid from the early 70s to mid 80s when this series was first on TV, or in the mid 90s when it ran again; you owe it to yourself to go back in time to the good old days. Relive how fun learning English, history, science, and math was thanks to Saturday morning television and this pop culture phenomenon! There’s no time like the present to start teaching the rest of the family such megahits as Conjunction Junction, Just A Bill, Three Is A Magic Number, and others so everyone can be a part of the show! Join nervous school teacher Tom, and all of those crazy cart

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