01.23.2012 / The Adventures of Nate the Great is coming to the Rose Theater!

Mark your calendars to catch The Adventures of Nate the Great! The show runs February 3rd to the 19th at the Rose Theater.

"Nate the Great has been delighting readers and audiences for more than 30 years."

Based on the Nate the Great series of books by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat, Nate the Great has been delighting readers and audiences for more than 30 years.  Nate the Great is a mighty detective who can solve even the most daunting and complicated mysteries.  The show centers on Nate solving a case for his neighbor Annie.  When Annie loses a painting of her dog Rex, she asks Nate for help.  By taking into consideration the size, color and composition of the work, Nate tracks down the surprise culprit! 

The Adventures of Nate the Great is appropriate for children ages 5 and up and their families, runs 50 minutes long. 

To see pictures of some of the sets being built, and to find a show schedule, visit:>.  First National Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor of this great show!

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