Leonardo! A Wonderful Show About a Terrible Monster
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Chicago Children’s Theatre
100 S. Racine St
Chicago, IL 60607
Children’s/Family, Puppetry
Runs Sep 10Oct 16, 2022

Leonardo is a terrible monster. He tries so hard to be scary, but he just…isn’t. Then Leonardo finds Sam, the most scaredy-cat kid in the world. Will Leonardo finally get his chance to scare the tuna salad out of an unsuspecting human? Or will it be the start of an unlikely friendship? They will need to make a big decision: will they be friends or will they be controlled by their fears?

Leonardo! A Wonderful Show About A Terrible Monster is adapted from the beloved children’s books by Mo Willems, and realized through mind-bending projection, DIY cinema, music, and immersive sound by critically-acclaimed multimedia artists Manual Cinema.

Recommended for ages 5 and up.

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