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Show Me the Bunny 

Show Me the Bunny In Nick Jr.’s hit TV show Max & Ruby, two animated rabbits teach tots how to get along with others. In today’s live stage version at Playhouse Square, six-year-old Ruby wants to put on a play about a princess and enlists her four-year-old brother Max to help. But he wants to be a cowboy. Trouble ensues. The hour-long musical (which is based on Rosemary Wells’ popular books) is part of Playhouse Square’s Discovery Theatre Series for kids. “It’s an introduction to the performing arts for children,” says spokesman Tom Sarago. In addition to being so damn cute, the bunnies also teach children the merits of respect, sharing, and sibling harmony.
Sat., Oct. 27, 11 a.m. & 2 p.m., 2007

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