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Dayton Children’s Family Series

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Each Dayton Live Family Series show will challenge your children — or the children in your life — to explore their own creativity and imagination. Most performances are an hour in length and occur at the Victoria Theatre. Introduce the young ones in your life to the power of live performances – and get some quality family time at the same time! The series includes five or more shows, some with more than one performance. You can choose the shows that best suit you and your children to make your own custom Season Ticket package of four or more shows.

The 2020-2021 Dayton Children’s Family Series will be announced at the beginning of May!

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Events In This Series

Group of acrobats on a unicycle holding Chinese fans
2019-2020 Season

The Peking Acrobats

Oct 5, 2020

Victoria Theatre

For the last 32 years, THE PEKING ACROBATS have redefined audience perceptions of Chinese acrobatics. They perform daring maneuvers atop a precarious pagoda of chairs and display their technical prowess at such arts as trick-cycling, precision tumbling, juggling, somersaulting, and gymnastics.

Grimmz Fairy Tales
2019-2020 Season

Grimmz Fairy Tales

Jan 30, 2021

Meet two modern-day hip-hop street performers, Jake and Will, who bring the stories of the Brothers Grimm to life with a contemporary urban spin, as they and a few of their friends turn records and dance circles around some of the most beloved and well-known fairy tales collected by the famous German brothers of old.

Grimmz Fairy Tales
2019-2020 Season

Sensory Friendly: Grimmz Fairy Tales

Jan 31, 2021

This production is great for all families, especially for children with an autism spectrum disorder, sensory sensitivity, and other special needs. You can expect a reduction of loud or jarring sounds, the absence of flashing or strobe lighting on stage, modification of house lights during the performance, and a judgment-free environment where all patrons are free to vocalize or move around the theatre.