Nate the Great
Nate the Great, the world’s greatest boy detective, awakes, hoping that this day will bring a new case. He gets a call from his good friend Annie alerting him that her new painting of her dog Fang is missing! He rushes over to her house to investigate. For the first time in his career, he is stumped. And worse yet, Mom is all out of pancakes. To solve this case, he is going to need to learn to think in new ways and rely on the help of his friends. Nate the Great is a funny, sweet, rollicking good time that celebrates art, friendship, creative thinking, and of course, pancakes.
Book & Lyrics by John Maclay and Music & Lyrics by Brett Ryback
Based on the book by Marjorie Sharmat
All Rights Reserved
NATE THE GREAT is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide. 1180 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 640, New York, NY 10036. www.theatricalrights.com
Sensory-Friendly Performance | February 10 at 2:00 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 in the Sutton Theatre
- Welcome to RLT (video) | Parking, Facilities, and Mission
Thanks to our show sponsor, North State 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.
- Thursday & Friday at 7:30pm
- Saturday & Sunday at 2:00pm & 5:30pm
Single ticket prices, excluding tax and fees:
- Adult: $18
- Children (12 and under): $14
A ticket is required for all patrons, regardless of age.
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available for all performances.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, February 11, performance at 5:30pm will be described.