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the music man

The Grand presents:

  • Friday, October 11th 10:00 am

  • $3 Reserved Seating (Grades K-8)

Man follows ,Harold Hill fast-talking traveling salesman, as he convinces the people of River City, Iowa, into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys’ band although he doesn’t know a trombone from a treble clef.

Winner of six Tony Awards.

*This will be a 3 hour event. Sack lunch encouraged.

WONDer

In recognition of National Bully Month.

  • Friday, October 25th 10:00 am

  • $1 Reserved Seating (Grades 3-8)

Based on the New York Times bestseller, Wonder tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream elementary school for the first time.

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charlotte’s web

Grand Education presents:

  • Friday, November 22nd 10:00 am

  • $3 Reserved Seating (Grades K-6)

Based on the classic novel by E.B. White. After a little girl named Fern Arable pleads for the life of the runt of a litter of piglets, one spring morning, her father gives her the pig to nurture, and she names him Wilbur. She treats him as a pet, but a month later, no longer small, Wilbur is sold to Fern's uncle, Homer. In the barnyard Wilbur yearns for companionship but is snubbed by the other animals. He is befriended by a barn spider named Charlotte, whose web sits in a doorway overlooking Wilbur's enclosure.

(Sign up for the class.)

A musical christmas carol

The Grand presents:

  • Friday, December 13th 10:00 am

  • $3 Reserved Seating (Grades K-12)

An adaptation of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol but with original songs. True to the classic story with some twists. A large cast of young and young at heart actors bring the characters to life on the Stanley Subaru Stage. Cast through local auditions that are open to everyone, this is the 2nd year for this holiday favorite. Students will recognize beat for beat the story of Scrooge, including the first line of the novella is the first lyric of the show.

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four score and seven years ago

Arts Power presents:

In recognition of Black History Month

  • Thursday, Jan. 16th 10:00 & 11:30 am

  • $4 Reserved Seating (Grades 3-8)

To young Lemuel, who has escaped slavery in Georgia, life in Gettysburg is everything he had dreamed it would be. His ideas about the North and the South, as well as what it means to be a free man, are challenged, however, when he unexpectedly befriends Jacob, a young Confederate soldier. The two men may be of different races and on different sides of the Civil War, but they have much to teach each other about bravery and loyalty in ArtsPower’s exciting and suspenseful musical.

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Aladdin

Hampstead Stage Company presents:

  • Friday, March 13th 10:00 am

  • $3 Reserved Seating (Grades K-6)

This classic tale is an exotic adventure based on The Tales of the

Arabian Nights. It is about a poor young boy, Aladdin, who must go out and earn money for his family’s survival. While traveling throughout the country selling his wares, he is fooled by an evil magician, Salabin, who convinces him to find an antique oil lamp. Aladdin rubs the old lamp and releases a Genie that can make all his wishes come true. Now Aladdin must outsmart the magician and save his family! Through this play, we hope to encourage the students to rise above the odds and to follow their dreams.

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a midsummer night’s dream

National Theatre of London presents:

Play on Screen - Encore

  • Friday, May 15th 9:00 am

  • $8 Reserved Seating (Grades 6+)

Shakespeare’s most popular comedy with the option of hosted discussions and performance workshops.

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Hercules

  • Friday, May 22nd 10:00 am

  • $3 Reserved Seating (Grades 3-8)

Robinson Ballet presents:

Based on the Greek mythology, Hercules will be a family friendly ballet with something for everyone. Follow Hercules as he completes his 12 labors all while battling the jealous Goddess Hera. This ballet will be filled with mystical creatures, action and moments of humor.

Each show has the possibility of a curriculum driven Outreach Workshop that engages students through improv and theater games. Email Georgia Zildjian.


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