“How to Catch a Star” at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Treat your little ones this holiday season with a truly special presentation of a beloved children’s classic. How to Catch a Star runs now through December 16 at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and it promises to be a treasured memory for all who attend. 

The best-selling Oliver Jeffers’s book comes to life onstage, and teaches young and old alike the importance of never giving up. Imagine the wide eyes of your children or nieces and nephews as they see such a relatable tale brought to life in this captivating stage show. How to Catch a Star includes colorful projections, dazzling choreography, and whimsical scenery as the young boy in the story tries to catch a star by any means possible. The show is 45 minutes long and recommended for ages three and up. All audience members, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend. There will also be a sensory-friendly performance on December 8 for families with sensitivities. See all of the dates and time slots on the Kennedy Center’s website.