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Bring your little ones to the critically acclaimed The Selfish Giant, by Blair Thomas, Saturday, Feb. 18 at 10am and 11:30am at The Station!

Two Chicago theater icons—Blair Thomas and singer-songwriter Michael Smith collaborated on staging this Oscar Wilde classic. Original puppets and music tell the story of a grumpy old giant who forbids the children in his village from playing in his beautiful garden.

Tickets are only $5/person and can be purchased by clicking here.

Running time 45 minutes.

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