Charlotte’s Web

Adapted from the book by E.B. White
By Joseph Robinette
Directed by Rebecca Northan

November 26 – December 29, 2024

“You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing.” – Charlotte

One of the most popular productions in ATP’s history, E.B. White’s heartwarming classic about the unlikely friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a spider called Charlotte is returning to the Martha Cohen stage this holiday season.

This delightful adaptation follows Wilbur from his beginnings as a scrawny piglet who’s spared from becoming pork chops by a young girl named Fern. But as he grows and begins to cost his owners a fortune in feed, it will take help from all his new farmyard friends to save his life again, including the miraculous talents of a very special grey spider.

A beautiful, knowing play, Charlotte’s Web is a timeless tale that has enchanted audiences of all ages for generations. Through the endearing characters of Wilbur and Charlotte, this cherished story illustrates the enduring power of friendship and promises to capture the hearts of audiences again and again.

Any remaining single tickets will go on sale this summer.

Are you a teacher interested in bringing your students to Charlotte’s Web? Find out about our Student Matinees HERE!