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“Charlotte’s Web” presented by Braille Readers Theater

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APH’S Braille Readers Theater presents the classic tale of a terrific, radiant and humble pig named Wilbur, in Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of E.B. White’s “Charlotte’s Web.” The tale begins when a soft-hearted farm girl named Fern interferes with her father’s plan to turn a scrawny piglet into pork chops. As Wilbur grows and begins to cost his owners a fortune in feed, it takes the help of all his farmyard friends to save his life again, including a silly goose, a moody sheep, a selfish rat, and the miraculous talents of a very special spider named Charlotte. This classic tale of friendship, selflessness, and the circle of life will enchant audiences of all ages. Admission is free but registration is required. Call 502-899-2213 or email kcarpenter@aph.org to register. For adults and children age 6 and up.