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Disney's The AristoCats KIDS

Camp Dates:  September 3 - October 12, 2019

Performance Dates:  October 10, 11 & 12 | 7:00 PM 

Camp Hours:  Tuesdays 4:30-6:00 | Fridays 4:30-6:30 | Saturdays 12:00-3:00 (9/28 & 10/5)

Times are subject to change if needed. 

 

Disney's The AristoCats KIDS  

Based on the beloved Disney animated film, and featuring a jazzy, upbeat score, Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS is a non-stop thrill ride of feline fun, complete with unbelievable twists and turns.


In the heart of Paris, a kind and eccentric millionairess wills her entire estate to Duchess, her high-society cat, and her three little kittens. Laughs and adventure ensue as the greedy, bumbling butler pulls off the ultimate catnap caper. Now it's up to the rough-and-tumble alley cat, Thomas O'Malley, and his band of swingin' jazz cats to save the day.


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Broadway Kidz Presents 'Twas the Opening Night Before Christmas

Class Dates:   September 3 - December 2019

Performance Dates:  December Time TBD

Class Day:  Tuesdays | 6:00-7:00

Times are subject to change if needed.

 

Join us on Tuesdays as RPAC presents 'Twas the Opening Night Before Christmas!  It’s Christmas Eve at the church and the pageant must go on in one hour.  Even as parishioners are lining up at the door, the players aren’t prepared, the producer’s big plans are over budget, the directors are engaged in a power struggle, the chorus keeps clucking away, and all the while the pastor’s hopes to raise funds to help the homeless hang on a wing and a prayer. 

At a time when holiday spirits are meant to shine like the star of Bethlehem, the pageant cast and crew are showing as much kindness and composure as the angry, off-stage donkey being provoked by an incompetent — and overpaid — wannabe animal handler.  Will the show fly in time?  Or will it be left grounded like the wingless angel who wants only to reach for the stars? 

Just when it seems like peace on Earth and goodwill is way, faraway in another manger, the wise words of the worried pastor — and maybe just a hint of divine intervention — help set things straight in this absurd one-act chock-full of stage humor and lessons about what happens when we forget the true reason for the season. 


In addition to the play, kids will be hands on in directing the show, channel their inner characters as they select and perform monologues, develop improvisational skills, play acting games, and work through characterization and auditioning techniques.  Kids also develop their acting skills using voice, body, hands and imagination and showcase their talents with performances in December.  See you on Stage! 


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