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American Girl Live Is Coming to NJ!

The brand’s most popular dolls are coming to life on stage in a new musical.


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Courtesy of American Girl

 

Your kid’s favorite American Girl dolls are about to step into the spotlight for AMERICAN GIRL LIVE, a musical inspired by the brand’s popular characters and stories that’s all about friendship, courage and imagination.

You and the kids can watch classic American Girl characters spend a summer away from home at sleepaway camp, where they’ll build friendships, motivate one another and follow their dreams.

An all-female team and cast connected original music and American Girl stories to make the production possible. “We know girls and their families and friends will love seeing these incredible stories come to life in an exciting, new stage production that offers an unwavering belief in the positive power of girlhood,” says Katy Dickson, president of American Girl.

AMERICAN GIRL LIVE kicks off this fall, but won’t make its way to the Garden State until 2019 for three shows:

Jan. 17, 2019, Bergen PAC in Englewood

Jan. 19, 2019, MPAC in Morristown

Jan. 20, 2019, Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 18 at 10 am. For details on prices, showtimes, tickets and VIP packages, head to americangirllive.com website.

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