Last Stop on Market Street
On a Sunday after church, CJ and his Nana board the public bus for their weekly trip across town to help out at a soup kitchen. Along the way, CJ notices the many differences among people and asks tons of curious questions: Why don’t we have a car? How come that man can’t see? How come it’s always so dirty over there? How?…Why?…With Nana’s fearless and compassionate guidance, CJ discovers that everyone and everything has a unique rhythm and purpose; that the world’s got answers if we listen with more than our ears and see with more than our eyes. This inspiring and imaginative play is based on The New York Times bestseller that won a Newbery Medal, Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor, and a Caldecott Honor.
LAST STOP ON MARKET STREET
Winner of the 2016 Newbery Medal
by Matt de la Peña, Illustrations by Christian Robinson
Adapted by Gloria Bond Clunie
Directed by Terra Hodge
Event photo by Jeannine Borzello.
Sensory-Friendly Performance | September 23 at 1:00 p.m.
Sensory-friendly performances are designed especially for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, sensory
- Reduction of loud or jarring sounds
- Reductions in flashing or strobe lights
- Modification of the house lights during the performance
- Accommodated house rules: audience members are free to talk or move during the show
- Extra staff and volunteer support
- Designated “Take a Break Space”
Prepare for your visit!
- A Guide to Attending Sensory-Friendly Performances
- Welcome to RLT (video) | Parking, Facilities, and Mission
Attending a performance in the Amphitheatre
Since the amphitheatre is part of a City of Raleigh park, please adhere to the following rules:
- You are welcome to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages
- The theatre reserves the right to check coolers for outside alcohol
- No open flames or candles (including citronella candles)
- No glass bottles allowed
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash and be well-behaved
Bringing blankets or chairs makes seating more comfortable. Lawn chairs or folding chairs work well. There is grass between the concrete benches, and chairs fit well in that space.
Indoor restroom facilities, which are wheelchair accessible, are available at the Main Stage lobby entrance.
The RLT parking lot will only be open to vehicles with disability parking placards as well as limited parking in the front half of the lot for anyone. The RLT staff parking lot is only for drop off of patrons with wheelchairs or mobility issues – no parking. You may park on the street where signposted.
In the event of a weather cancellation, all ticket holders will be notified via email with as much notice as possible. We will do our best to reschedule all ticket holders into future performances, subject to ticket availability. Anyone affected by a weather cancellation also has the option to receive a full refund or donate their ticket cost to RLT.
Thanks to our show sponsor, First Citizens Bank.
Additional thanks to RLT’s Family Series Media Sponsor, Triangle Family Magazine.
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Runtime is approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.
- Saturdays at 1:00pm and 4:00pm
- Sundays at 1:00pm and 4:00pm
Single ticket prices, excluding tax and fees:
- Adult: $18
- Children (12 and under): $14
A ticket is required for all patrons, regardless of age.
- Jayden Reed
- Gabriella Terrero
- Actor 1
- Steve Furs
- Actor 2
- Hannah Hudyncia
- Actor 3
- Sree Sarkar
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, September 24, performance at 4:00pm will be described.