Willy Wonka Magic Show at Wolf Trap Fairfax
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The classic tale of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory is coming to the Children’s Theatre in the Woods at Wolf Trap for a two-day show on June 18 and June 19. The story will be interpreted through bubble play and puppetry, the expertise of the theater.
The tickets will go for just $12 and the play will be suitable for children (and adults) aged 4 and up. For just a small amount, the audience is to experience a magical story, exciting music and high quality entertainment.
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Willy Wonka: A Classic
The story of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is based on the 1964 novel of Roald Dahl. Willy Wonka is a classic story that is well-adored by children. Will Wonka and The Chocolate Factory is a timeless tale about a Willy Wonka, his Oompa Loompas, his Chocolate Factory, five kids, five golden tickets, and a story about family and values.
The story mainly revolves around a group of children visiting a candy shop, all from different walks of life but the four mainly has one thing in common: they are materially wealthy. Which takes us to the odd one out, Charlie Bucket.
The five all venture and tour into the amazing world of Willy Wonka, to which in every station, one child gets in over their heads and gets into an unfortunate situation causing them to exit the factory.
Until, there’s only Charlie Bucket, the only visitor left. With a few more exchanges of words and one last morality test, Charlie wins the the whole challenge by Willy Wonka. And, he inherits the whole factory as the sole heir to the kingdom of Willy Wonka.
The story of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory was first adapted into the movie theater back in 1971. The classic tale was taken into American Musical Film was directed by Mel Stuart and he caster Gene Wilder as the very first Willy Wonka.
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Dhal v Seltzer Conflict
During the main screenplay of Willy Wonka in its first movie adaptation, Stuart included the opinions and requests of author Dhal in the planning and execution of the film. Uncredited in the movie, Seltzer stepped in to make some major edits in the ending and the addition of musical segments in the film.
These changes were against the wishes of Dhal, which led him to decide to disown the film franchise.
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The Wolf Trap
The Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts has served as a platform for hundreds and hundreds of performances. They serve as the home for the Filene Center and the Children’s Theater in the Woods.
They have year round activities and opportunities and offers a lot of exciting projects like sledding, picnics and hiking trails.
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