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Additional ASL Interpreted Date for Magic Finger Just Added

New Date Added for ASL Interpreted The Magic Finger at Imagination Stage

Due to popular demand, Imagination Stage has added a second ASL interpreted date for The Magic Finger at on Saturday, May 4th at 1:30 pm.  This story is based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name. 

The Magic Finger

Lucy is an influential 8-year old with a passion for righting wrongs and a "magic" index finger that doles out justice. When Lucy sees something she thinks is unfair, she points her magic finger at the problem, and it causes all sorts of mischief! One day, when visiting her friend William Gregg on his family's farm, Lucy observes the Gregg family shoot a group of ducks. Horrified, Lucy she points her magic finger at the family and oh, boy that little finger makes things topsy turvey! The Gregg family is transformed into miniature people with duck wings while the members of the hunted duck family become human sized and sprout arms. The ducks are adjusting to TV, telephones, and even the bathtub while the Greggs must nest in a tree and learn to survive in the air. Can Lucy make things right? Best for ages 5-10.  Please note: this production includes hunting themes and prop guns.

ASL Interpreted Date:
Saturday, May 4th at 1:30pm (just added!)
Sunday, May 5th at 4pm (sold out)

 For tickets, please call (301) 280-1660 or visit our box office at:

Imagination Stage
4908 Auburn Ave
Bethesda, MD 20814
The box office staff is trained to receive calls through relay and VRS.
The reviews are in for The Magic FingerThe Washington Post and

Elizabeth Broder-Oldach
Access Coordinator
(301) 280-1627

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