Follow the city adventures of a mouse trying to find his place in the world when UNCG Theatre stages the children’s classic “Stuart Little” March 13-18.

The UNCG Theatre production of the play, adapted from E.B. White’s children’s book by playwright Joseph Robinette, adds an urban flair to the mild-mannered, New York City mouse adopted into a human family. After finding that his best friend Margalo, a bird spooked by the family cat, has flown away, Stuart sets out into the city to find his missing friend.

“We chose to do the show with a bit more of an urban feel to it,” said producer Michael Flannery. The show is “maybe a bit edgier than some interpretations but still faithful to the story.”

Performances will be in Taylor Theatre at 406 Tate St. at 9:30 a.m. March 13-16; and 2 p.m. on March 17-18. The show is intended for audiences age five and up.

Tickets are $18 and may be purchased online at boxoffice.uncg.edu, by calling 336-334-4849 Monday-Friday between noon and 5 p.m., at campus box office locations, and at the door one hour prior to each curtain in the Taylor Theatre lobby. Discounted rates are available for seniors, students, UNCG alumni and groups of 10 or more.

For more information, contact Jody Kaizen at 336-334-4601.