“Mouse on the Move” returns to Imagination Stage this weekend as part of the theater’s My First Imagination Stage program.
The production, which had its world premiere in 2012 at the venue, was co-developed and directed by artistic director Janet Stanford and associate artistic director Kathryn Chase Bryer and follows two adventurous mice who plan a trip to the cat-free, made-of-cheese moon.
The whimsical, interactive production continues at 10:30 and 11:45 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays to July 28 at the Christopher and Dana Reeve Studio Theatre in Bethesda. Designed for ages 1-5, tickets are $10-$12, with a $5 lap seat for children younger than 12 months. For more information, visit imaginationstage.org.
There’s “Much Ado About Nothing” in Prince George’s County, courtesy of the Laurel Mill Playhouse’s Shakespeare Teen Theater company. Directed by Michael Hartsfield, the Bard’s comedy of crisscrossed lovers continues to July 14 at the theater. For more information, visit laurelmillplayhouse.org.
Finally, in Fairfax, the unforgettable, Grammy Award-winning. gold-and-platinum-selling Doobie Brothers will bring their singular brand of ‘70s pop rock to the Filene Center at Wolf Trap on Saturday. For ticketing information, visit wolftrap.org.