2016-2017 Young Audience Program
Our new season of fantastic SCHOOL DAY MATINEES for students and classrooms!
The Young audience program offers a unique and highly affordable professional theater experience available for school age youth. The RRT brings in professional touring groups/individuals for school day performances up to six times a year. Tickets are $3.50 for students, chaperones and teachers and are available to all public, private and home schools. Performances range in variety from interactive science and history shows to spectacle shows with exotic acrobats and all range of Musical Theater performances in between. The eclectic blend of programming keeps young audiences interested and engaged.
To Order tickets please download an order form, link is found at bottom of this page.
Young Audience Program
Taiko Project SOLD OUT!
Monday, October 24th, 10:00 only, grades K- 4
TAIKOPROJECT was founded in 2000 in Los Angeles, by a group of emerging, young taiko drummers. They sought to create a truly American style of taiko, blending the forms in which they were raised with a fresh approach to the Japa-nese drum. They first made waves when they became the first American group to win the prestigious Tokyo International Taiko Contest. Since then, the group has performed on the Academy Awards, the Grammy Awards, NBC's "The Voice," Syfy's Face/Off, The X-Factor and more!
The Right To Dream: Civil Rights
Thursday, February 2nd, 10:00 &12:30, grades 5-12
Celebrate black history month with this thought provoking portrayal of a child living on the brink of the American Civil Rights movement in a small Mississippi town. This one-person show uses extensive technical aides plus emotionally stirring photos from the actual era as it tells the story of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr. and more from the eyes of an everyman (or woman) who longed to join the cause and make life better for blacks in America.
The Gizmo Guys-comedy jugglers SOLD OUT!
Friday, February 24th, 10:00 & 12:30, grades K-5
Performing as the Gizmo Guys, Allan Jacobs and Barrett Felker have amazed and amused audiences around the world. Sure, they've made numerous television appearances, won international juggling competitions, and taught at top circus schools. But what makes their act so appealing is their uniquely winning combination of dazzling technique and infectious humor. The Gizmo Guys' rapid-fire act exhilarates and inspires sidesplitting laughter in audience members of all ages.
Charlotte’s Web SOLD OUT!
Friday, March 17th, 10:00 only, grades K-5
Theatreworks' production of Charlotte's Web is based on E.B. White's loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte. Wilbur has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte, a fine writer and true friend, hits on a plan to fool Farmer Zuckerman -- she will create a "miracle." Spinning the words "Some Pig" in her web, Charlotte weaves a solution which not only makes Wilbur a prize pig, but ensures his place on the farm forever. This treasured tale, featuring mad-cap and endearing farm animals, explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship.
Skippyjon Jones-Snow What SOLD OUT!
Tuesday, April 4th, 10:00 & 12:30, grades pre K-3
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the bravest Chihuahua of them all? Skippyjon Jones the Siamese cat who thinks he's a Mexican Chihuahua of course! While his sisters listen to Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Skippy heads off for the REAL adventure awaiting him in his closet. A brand new musical based on the book by Judy Schachner, Skippyjon Jones Snow What is a twist on the classic fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Young Audience Matinee Order Form: 2016-2017-young-a...IN3.pdf
Please email forms to Education Director, Amanda Squibb email@example.com. We will not accept faxed forms.
The audience plays a key part in the overall theater experience. Each audience member affects those around him or her as well as the performers.
Remind your class that everyone will have an especially wonderful time at the performance by remembering their theater manners.
Here is how students can help:
•It is important to remain seated throughout the performance.
•Restroom visits are best made prior to seating.
•Photography and recording during the performance are not permitted.
•Give your full attention and energy to the performers. In return, the performers give it back to you with a better performance.
•Don’t talk during the show unless you are asked. Sometimes we think that if we whisper, it is okay. But if everyone in the audience whispers, it can be disruptive to the performers.
•Turn watches, pagers and cell phones to silent.
•Do not interrupt performers with comments that may disrupt the performance for others.
•Show the performers your appreciation for their efforts by applauding.
Your cooperation will ensure a well-focused environment for everyone to enjoy, cherish & remember.