Win a seating pod for up to 6 people to see Metro Theater Company's The Very Hungry Caterpillar performed LIVE at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center!

One of your child's favorite stories will come to life on stage in an outdoor theater experience from Metro Theater Company. The Very Hungry Caterpillar, from the iconic Eric Carle picture books, features more than 75 larger-than-life puppets, friends from other Eric Carle picture books, including Brown Bear, Brown Bear, 10 Little Rubber DucksThe Very Lonely Firefly, and more. 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar marks the return to live theater for Metro Theater Company after a year of exclusively digital programming. The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been performed more than 2,000 times worldwide, and now comes to Kirkwood Performing Arts Center with an all-St. Louis cast of performers. 

The show will be performed on an outdoor stage on the lawn. Audiences will be seated on the gated lawn in socially distant pods.

We're partnering with Metro Theater Company to give one lucky winner a memorable family night out! Enter to win a seating pod for up to 6 people to see The Very Hungry Caterpillar performed LIVE on stage on Friday, April 30. Enter below!

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SHOW AT METROPLAYS.ORG

 

ENTER BELOW to win a seating pod for up to 6 people to see The Very Hungry Caterpillar performed LIVE on stage! Entry deadline is midnight on Monday, April 26. Winner will be notified via email on Tuesday, April 27.

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