The SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem, Utah has licensed the Utah premiere of TYA Musical NO DOGS ALLOWED, acquired by TRW in 2010. SCERA was Founded in 1933, as a non-profit charitable arts organization dedicated to the development and advancement of arts and culture, arts education, and wholesome and affordable family entertainment. NO DOGS ALLOWED joins several other family-friendly shows on SCERA’s 2010-2011 season.
NO DOGS ALLOWED knows that sometimes the unexpected is even more fun than the best-laid plans! Eight-year-old Iris, her family, the neighbors – and their stowaway dog – take a road trip from the Bronx to the state park for a picnic. But first, the car breaks down. Then they get lost. And when they finally arrive at the park, they discover their furry passenger — and a NO DOGS ALLOWED sign. What to do? Iris’s family’s make-do attitude saves the day, as they refuse to let troubles get in the way of a having “a great day after all.” Based on the book by Sonia Manzano, best known as Sesame Street’s Maria, and chosen as one of the Best Children’s Books of the Year by Child Magazine, and recipient of the Parents’ Choice Award, the musical version of NO DOGS ALLOWED keeps the humor, the warmth of family and adds phenomenal songs that highlight the fun!
NO DOGS ALLOWED features a great score by the legendary Stephen Lawrence and lyrics by none other than Billy Aronson! Together with a script by book author Manzano, this awesome Theatre for Young Audiences musical is available for licensing worldwide. For more information on booking your production of NO DOGS ALLOWED, check out the show’s homepage at www.theatricalrights.com!