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Welcome to Hubbub, a virtual performance for very young children and their families that celebrates sounds, noises, delicious words, and silence!

What does music taste like?
If we could see noises, what would they look like floating in the air?
How do our mouths make words?

We will explore these questions (and more!) in a performance directly inspired by the ideas, sounds, and words of children ages 2-6 in our Play Lab research series. Join us for a quiet, noisy, and curious adventure full of music and dancing!

Wondering what a virtual performance for very young children and their families looks like?

Hubbub performances will be held live on Zoom with small groups of six households at a time. This way, all of our audience members can see, hear, and interact with each other, as well as the performers! Hubbub runs 25-30 minutes in length and involves all sorts of interaction, music, and noise-making to create a participatory experience. Finally, we tailor each individual show to who is attending by learning your names and favorite things ahead of time before incorporating them directly into the performance. If you have any questions about how our virtual Theatre and Dance for the Very Young experiences work, please email


Saturdays: January 16, 23, 30 & February 6  |  10am, 12pm, 2pm
Sundays: January 17, 24, 31 & February 7  |  12pm, 2pm

Tickets: $10 per household

Ticket buyers will be contacted in advance to provide details we will incorporate into each individual’s experience!


January 16, 2021 @ 8:00 am
February 7, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
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Lawrence Arts Center — Virtual
Lawrence, KS 66044 United States


A dancer poses in a gallery filled with young children. A performer plays the harp.

What is Theatre and Dance for the Very Young?

Featuring several events per year, this program offers both self-guided, performative experiences, as well as seated, interactive performances. In order to best serve our community of very young children, we conduct research for all of our productions through our Play Lab series.

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