It's unusual for a modern work to become a classic so quickly, but Tolkien's "ring" stories, which began with The Hobbit, clearly are in this very special category. They stir the imagination and intellect of everyone they touch. Bilbo, one of the most conservative of all Hobbits, is asked to leave his large, roomy and very dry home in the ground in order to set off as chief robber in an attempt to recover an important treasure. It's the last thing that any sensitive Hobbit would want to do, but great benefit eventually results—not only for Bilbo but for all of the Hobbits who inhabit Middle Earth—and the hearts of those children and adults who continue to enjoy this kind of magic.
**** SPECIAL EVENTS ****
Saturday, February 8 at 11:00 a.m. will be a Sensory-Friendly performance and will be American Sign Language (ASL)* interpreted.
* ASL seating: You may purchase these tickets here (online). Please view the Left section of the seating area. You will note there are blue seats labeled for "Accessible Seating". Our ASL Interpreters will be featured there.
For more information pertaining to this event, please visit our Acessibility webpage.