Monday, November 19, 2012

Toyland Lyrics and Music

Toyland
Don't Cry Bo Peep
Go To Sleep
I Can't Do The Sum
Floretta

Once again Laura rocks socks. She is so awesome she could walk into Mordor and people would be like "Yeah, that makes sense"

Into the woods music

Cinderella at the Grave

Hello Little Girl

Into the Woods Opening

Thanks Laura for posting these! You rock socks



Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Lyrics for Babes in Toyland


Welcome to Mother Goose Village

Oh, Ev'ryone in town,
Has come and gathered round,
To celebrate this special day.
Two orphan twins are on the way
let's hope they're safe and sound.

As soon as they appear,
let's give a rousing cheer,
To let them know they're not alone,
to make them feel like they're at home,
And there's no need to fear.

Click clack, stand back
let's make way for the train.
(Mother) do you see them?
(Mary) There they are!
It's Alan and it's Jane!

(all cheer)
Welcome to Mother Goose Village
We're glad you've come to stay.
You've traveled a long way,
and now we'd like to say.

We're glad you've come to our village,
As happy as can be.
Now you're no longer orphans,
But a part of our family. 



In the Workshop
Everyone
In the workshop, Toymakers workshop,
We make Christmas gifts for all the little girls and boys.
We paint trollies, decorate the dollies,
And bring joy to everybody with our lovely toys.
There are wagons, even painted dragons,
Christmas toys that make lots of noise.
We've got high chairs, cuddly cute stuffed bears,
So that children everywhere can share our joys.
Toymaker
Girls and boys will get toys on that joyous Christmas day.
Old Kris Kringle soon will come to mingle,
And select the toys he likes the best to take away.
He'll pick a few, only the best will do.
Then he'll pack them in his bag and on his magic sleigh.
Everyone
Then at daybreak all the toys he will take,
To the children everywhere and say.
Merry, Merry Christmas, Jolly, Holly Christmas!
Here's to love and joy to you this Christmas day!

Bye-Bye, Tom Tom
Gonzorgo and Rodrigo:
We used to be hungry and destitute.
We needed employment to earn some loot.
You gave us the bed we could not afford,
When we swore to push Tom Tom overboard!
Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Our laughter seems rash.
You should have been there when he went splash!
Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Our joy may seem rank.
Poor little Tom walked off the plank.
Gonzorgo!
Rodrigo!
We've done our best,
To drown Mary's boy-friend at your request.
We gave you our word that we'd do the deed.
Now your underhanded plan will succeed.
Bye! Bye! Bye! Bye! Mary's fiance'.
He really had a rotten day.
Bye! Bye! Bye! Bye! Tom is no more.
He's sitting on the ocean floor!

We kidnapped the lad!
We kicked the young cad!
We dragged him away!
To our boat in the bay!
We sailed out to sea!
Just you, him and me!

Together: We drowned the young Tom Tom just as we were told.

Barnaby(spoken): Just what are you trying to tell me?

Together: WE WANT OUR GOLD!

Toyland
Mother Goose:
When you've grown up my dears,
And are as old as I.
You'll often ponder on the years
That roll so swiftly by, my dears,
That roll so swiftly by.
And of the many lands,
you will have journeyed through,
You'll oft recall the best of all
the land your childhood knew.
Your childhood knew.

Toyland, Toyland, dear little girl and boy-land,
While you dwell within it, you are ever happy then.
Childhood's joy-land, mystical, merry Toyland.
Once you pass it's boarders, you can ever return again.

Go to Sleep
Curly Locks: See that shadow sway?
Mary: That is nothing, dear.
Curly Locks: Please don't go away.
Mary: I am staying here.
Curly Locks: See the creepies crawl.
Mary: No that cannot be.
Curly Locks: See the ogre tall,
Mary: It's a cypress tree.

Mary and Tom:
Go to sleep, slumber deep.
Little ones we'll watch you while you sleep.
Dream and rest, that is best.
'Till you hear the morning song from bough and nest.

Mary: Tom Tom dear, I adore,
Dearest one I could not love you more.
Hold me tight, through the night.
In your arms I'm safe until the morning light.


BoPeep's Solo

BoPeep:
My lambs are lost for good.
There goes our livelihood.
I'm sure those dear sweet fleecy things
Would come home if they could.

But they are gone you see,
Gone far away from me.
Now I must weep because my sheep,
I'll never get to see.

Dear friends and family and my neighbors too,
Have my lost lambs been seen by you?
I'd hoped to sell them here in the square.
If you should see them, please tell me where.

Mother Goose and Girls:
Never mind BoPeep, we will find your sheep,
We will help you wait and see.
Please don't cry BoPeep, for your wandering sheep,
Though far from home they may be.
Try to smile BoPeep, for a while BoPeep
And try not to be blue.
Never mind BoPeep we will find your sheep.
And bring them home to you.



He Won't Be Happy Till He Gets It
Barnaby:
Oh, Jane and Alan's father left them riches by the ton.
And I am sure I need that money more than either one.
Yes, I will do whatever I must do to make it mine.
Because the thought of me as wealthy is a thought divine.

(Chorus)
And I won't be happy till I get it.
Just think of all the things that I could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives me such a thrill,
And I'm going to get it by and by.
Villains:
And he won't be happy till he gets it.
Just think of all the things that he could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives him such a thrill,
And he's going to get it by and by.
Barnaby:
Oh, I want Mistress Mary to consent to be my wife.
For then that beauty will be forced to serve me all my life.
Yes, I will do whatever I must do to make her mine,
Because the thought of me as married is a thought divine.
(Chorus)
And I won't be happy till I get it.
Just think of all the things that I could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives me such a thrill,
And I'm going to get it by and by.
Villains:
And he won't be happy till he gets it.
Just think of all the things that he could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives him such a thrill,
And he's going to get it by and by.

Barnaby:
Oh, that ingenious toymaker invented this machine,
And with it I could mastermind a money making scheme.
Yes, I will do whatever I must do to make it mine,
Because the thought of me as wealthy is a thought divine.


(Chorus)
And I won't be happy till I get it.
Just think of all the things that I could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives me such a thrill,
And I'm going to get it by and by.
Villains:
And he won't be happy till he gets it.
Just think of all the things that he could buy.
A house up on a hill, it gives him such a thrill,
And he's going to get it by and by. 

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Shows Are Cast!!

We are so EXCITED about the great group of youth that have signed up and are participating in our shows this year!! Here are the cast lists for both shows.
Into the Woods

Green Yellow
Narrator  Sienna Allred McKae Nielsen

Cinderella Annie Jensen Kelsie Richards

Jack Brandon Bundy  Brandon Bundy

Baker Taylor McEntire Taylor McEntire

Baker's Wife Mercedes Allred Megan Billings

Cinderella's Stepmother  Macie Nielsen Karissa Davis

Florinda Maralee Nielson Megan Nelson

Lucinda Harlee Huff         Shay Ponis

Jack's Mother Marshayla Nielson   Tani Lee

Little Red Ridinghood Matti Champneys Cameron Smith

Witch Claire Grayson Chelsey Westwood

Cinderella's Father Austin Baum Austin Baum

Cinderella's Mother Kayli Champneys Rachel Peterson

Mysterious Man Talon Tippets Talon Tippets

Wolf Dallin Smith Dallin Smith

Rapunzel  Kayli Champneys Rachel Peterson

Rapunzel's Prince Jayce Komiya Jayce Komiya

Grandmother McKella Bunn Danae Stephens


Cinderella's Prince Robert Jensen Robert Jensen

Prince's Steward Austin Baum Austin Baum

Milky White Savannah Slye and Kate Darrington
Chorus
Bailey Whitehead
Chloe Sokol
Olivia Christensen
Sarah Wessman
Murray Adamson


Babes in Toyland

Barnaby- Brandon Bundy
Rodrigo- Jayce Komiya
Gonzorgo- Talon Tippets
Tom Tom- Dallin Smith
Mistress Mary- Danielle Gardner
Alan- Riley Deebens
Jane- Paige Tomadakis
Mother Goose- Kayli Champneys
Bo Peep- Megan Nelson
Bo Peep’s SheepElla Nielsen, Elle Jensen
Boy Blue-Enzo
Jack- Garrett Worthen
Jill- Shannon Davis
Curly Locks-Grace Fillmore
Miss Muffet-McKenna Murphy
Sally Waters-Lily Komiya
Georgie Porgie- Jayden Davids
Jack be Nimble-Sid Smith
Willy Winkey- Isaac Pickett
Handy Pandy- Sadie Werner
Villagers
Mrs. Hubbard-McKella Bunn
Mrs. Spratt- Matti Champneys
Mr. Spratt- Rian Berrett
Mrs. Simon- McKae Nielsen
Simple Simon-Mason Dansie
Polly Flinders: Emmalee Dorius
Constable Clarence- Austin Baum
Toymaker- Sienna Allred
Grumio- Savanna Rose
Jingle- Kensie Huff
Pringle- Isabelle Nielson

Toy Soldiers and Villagers
Mason Wies
Braden Wies
Cameron Goodman
Elijah Lewis
Joseph Champneys
Nick Nielsen
Jaden Davids
Sid Smith
Mason Dansie

Elves and Villagers
Tiara Kubalek
Jaycie Gines
Jada Bunnell
Maisy Reid
Marsha Kate Woods
Lindsey Oliverson
Kira Nielsen
Ashley Woods
Karlee Baum
Grace Mason
Ella Nielsen
Ellie Jensen
Abbie Dunkley
Lynzie Dunkley
Belle Christensen

Gypsies, Toys and Villagers
McKella Bunn
Sienna Allred
Rian Berrett
Katey Huntsman
Emmalee Dorius
Sydnee Westwood
Matti Champneys
McKae Nielsen
Macie Nielsen
Avery Larsen
Lauren Petersen
Brittany Gardner
Mailia Pohahau
Shay Ponis
Elizabeth Setzer
Rachael Jensen
Megan Kay
Emma Argyle
Savannah Rose
Elena Johnson
Brooke Voorhees
Cameron Smith
Sydney Money

Spiders, Toys Villagers
Brooke Voorhees
Mailia Pohohau
Elizabeth Setzer
Rachael Jensen
Amie Ainge
Emma Argyle
Sydney Money
Cameron Smith
Jacelyn Chappell
Morgan Reid
Rhiannon Lovell
Mikelle Morril
Tia Lee
Madison Wetzel

Trees, Toys and Villagers
Katey Huntsman
Megan Kay
Macie Nielson
Elena Johnson
Avery Larsen
Lauren Petersen
Brittany Gardner
Shay Ponis

Moth Queen- Sydney Westwood
Daisy-Tempest Allred
Rose- Vannessa Goodman
Moths, toys and villagers
Sophie Nielson
Maddie Basham
Ashlyn Westwood
Kate Beckstead
Piper Shick
Kelly Gardner

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Auditions Started!!

We had a good group of students come into auditions today. Quite a few former students, but also a good number of new students. Welcome to all. We can't wait to get started on both shows, it will be a great year. For those who have registered welcome back and invite a friend to come join us, for those who haven't registered yet make sure you don't miss out space is limited!

Monday, August 6, 2012

Important Update

Just to make registration easier. We are registering for Youtheatre as one class. We will give you the opportunity at auditions to let us know which show you would prefer along with siblings, carpools and time conflicts. Also the way the computer is set up if you want to do both classes it will only let you register for one, we will work that out at auditions also. We want you to have the best opportunity possible.
Thanks for understanding,
Karma

Monday, July 23, 2012

Registration Information 2012- 2013 Season


Spanish Fork Youtheatre 2012-2013 Season
Spanish Fork Youtheatre is offering two great opportunities for the youth in Utah County to be involved in a positive theatre experience. We will be presenting two different shows this year. Both shows will be a wonderful way for your child to develop their theatre talents. All shows will cost $40.00 a month, with a $5.00 a month discount if paid before the second class of the month. A lab fee of $40.00 per show will also be charged. This covers costume, script rental and T-shirt. To be registered for a class, you will need to pay for Sept. tuition. You may pay your lab fee at this time, but just paying the lab fee will not insure a spot in the class. Online registration begins Mon. Aug. 6th, at www.reconline.spanishfork.org.  Auditions will be held August 22th and 29th Between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. at Larsen Elementary.  Please bring your child one of these days so they can meet with instructors and be assigned a part. If they would like to audition for a singing role, please be prepared to bring a small song of their choosing.  You may participate in more than one show. Please register twice if you would like to do so.   

Into the Woods:  (performing Feb. of 2013) Class will run on Wed. 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at Larsen Elementary, Sept - Feb.  An ambivalent Cinderella? A overly hungry Little Red Ridinghood? Two handsome, but insincere,  Princes? A Witch...who raps? They're all among the cockeyed characters in James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's fractured fairy tale. When a Baker and his Wife learn they've been cursed with childlessness by the Witch next door, they go “Into the Woods” on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell. They end up swindling, lying to and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red, Rapunzel and Jack (the one who climbed the beanstalk). Everyone's wish is granted at the end of Act One. What begins a lively irreverent fantasy in the style of The Princess Bride becomes a moving lesson about community responsibility and the stories we tell our children. We will have a group of younger children in this show. They will have specialty numbers throughout the show. Class time for this group will be 5:15 to 6:00 p.m.

Babes in Toyland: (performing April of 2013) Class will run on Wed. 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Larsen Elementary. Sept - Apr. Tom Tom the Piper's Son is about to marry Mary Quite Contrary. On the eve of their wedding, evil miser Barnaby hires two henchmen to drown Tom and steal Mary's sheep, cared for by Little Bo Peep, thus depriving Mary and the children she lives with of their livelihood, forcing her to marry Barnaby. The sheep are stolen, but Gonzorgo and Roderigo, Barnaby's henchmen, double-cross him by selling Tom to a band of gypsies instead, leaving Tom with the opportunity to escape and make his way with Mary, Bo-Peep, and other Mother Goose characters to Toyland where the toymaker helps them solve their problem.  There are a large number of speaking and solo parts for all ages in this play.
Come and join us and bring a friend! 
Any questions please call, Karma 801-494-4730

Parts Available


Into the Woods 
The majority of lines are to music either spoken or sung. All parts have solos and group numbers.  
Narrator 80 lines
Cinderella 75 lines
Jack 75 lines
Baker 160 lines
Baker's Wife 157 lines
Cinderella's Stepmother 35 lines
Florinda 21 lines
Lucinda 19 lines
Jack's Mother 47 lines
Little Red Ridinghood 40 lines
Witch 85 lines
Cinderella's Father 4 lines
Cinderella's Mother 4 lines
Mysterious Man 35 lines
Wolf 9 lines
Rapunzel 15 lines
Rapunzel's Prince 26 lines
Grandmother 9 lines
Cinderella's Prince 35 lines
Prince's Steward 16 lines
Milky white (two people)

Group of younger children (5yrs. -8 yrs.) small parts through out show
Birds, mice, horses, flowers, three pigs, hen, Hansel & Gretel, little Steward, Children Etc. 





Babes in Toyland

Barnaby (Villain)  180 Lines Solo
Rodrigo (Barnaby’s Henchmen)  95 lines solo
Gonzorgo (Barnaby’s Henchmen) 66 Lines solo
Tom Tom (Hero) 77 Lines Solo
Mistress Mary (Heroine) 64 Line Solo
Alan (orphan) 37 lines
Jane (Orphan) 30 lines
Mother Goose 60 Lines Solo
Her Children
Bo Peep 43 lines solo
Bo Peep’s Sheep 2 lines
Boy Blue 23 lines 
Jack 23 lines
Jill 22 lines 
Curly Locks 32 Lines
Miss Muffet 28 lines
Sally Waters 10 lines
Georgie Porgie 4 lines
Jack be Nimble 2
Villagers
Mrs. Hubbard 5 lines
Mrs. Spratt 5 Lines
Mr. Spratt 4 lines 
Mrs. Simon 4 lines
Simple Simon 3 lines
Constable Clarence 56 Lines 
 7 Spiders 5 lines each
Moth Queen 20 lines
Daisy 5
Rose 3
Toymaker 74 lines
Grumio (Head Elf) 39 lines
Elves 2 lines
Chorus 2 lines 
Dancing Parts 
Moths 
Townsfolk
Gypsies 
Toy Soldiers
Toys of Every Kind

2012-2013 Season

Hey everybody, I was planning on posting all the info about the coming year this last weekend. My dad ended up in the hospital, so my focus changed for a bit. I will have it up in the next two days. Those who have been in youtheatre in the past couple of years will be getting a letter by next week.
Thanks for being patient!
Karma

Monday, July 2, 2012

AESOP! AESOP!

What a fun group of youth participated in AESOP! We had so much talent and energy it made getting the show up an enjoyment. We hope you will all come and join us in the Fall when we start our new classes. Thanks again to all parents and students for a great success!

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Summer Workshop Full to the Brim

Aesop is FULL!! We can't wait to get started it is going to be great fun this summer. If you didn't get a spot watch for Fall sign ups starting the first part of Aug.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Aesop! Aesop! Sign ups

Hey we are so excited about Aesop sign ups. There are just a couple of spots left as of last night. Hurry and register before it is to late!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Great Show!!!

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat turned out to be a fabulous show!! Thanks to the cast and all the parent for their hard work and support!!! We will be getting pictures up on the blog asap. We took about 1200 pictures so there should be some great pictures. Thanks again you all ROCK!

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Joseph Main Cast Schedule

Joseph Main Cast
Final rehearsal and performance schedule
Feb. 22nd and 29th Main Joseph Cast Class Times 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Mar. 7th and 14th Main Joseph Cast Class Times 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
This note has complete times and dates for all rehearsals and performances.
All rehearsal times are start times. Please be at the Theater ready to go. All performance times are curtain. Please have your child to Maple Mountain High school 1 hour before curtain.
Performing takes a lot of energy! Have your child eat before they come. Please have your Childs hair combed and curled and a touch of makeup on.  All girls will need a flesh colored leotard and Tights or flesh or white tank top, shorts and flesh tights.  Boys will need White shorts and (a white tank top if they want.)  All will need soft soled black shoes.  NO ATHLETIC SHOES will be allowed. Please be on time to pick up your child. We will not leave until everyone is picked up! We will be ready to go home and be with our families. Please get plenty of rest during this time frame to keep up your energy and school grades. All rehearsals and performances from Mar. 21st on will be on the stage at Maple Mountain High School auditorium.
Wed.  Mar 21st : 3:30 p.m. to until finished 6:30-7:00 p.m. run entire show

Thurs. Mar. 22nd: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. run entire show

Fri. Mar. 23rd: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. run entire show

Mon. Mar. 26th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m. Tech and Dress Rehearsal

Tues. Mar. 27th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m.  Final Dress

Wed. Mar. 28th: Special Performance 7:00 p.m.  (by Invitation) Pick up time 9:00 p.m.

Thurs. Mar. 29th School Performance 9:30 a.m.  Pick up time 11:30 p.m.
We will be taking pictures after performance
Thurs. Mar. 29th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 9:00 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 30th School Performance 1:15 p.m. pick up time 3:15 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 30th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 9:00 p.m.

Sat. Mar. 31st : Public Performance 2:00 p.m.  Pick up time 4:00 p.m.

Wed. Apr. 4th CAST PARTY!!! 4:00 p.m.  to 5:00 p.m. @Larsen School Bring a treat to share.
  Thank You for your Support!
Any questions please call Karma 801-494-4730

Children's Choir Schedule

Joseph Children’s Choir
Final rehearsal and performance schedule
Feb. 22nd ,29th, Mar. 7th, and 14th  Children’s choir Class Times will stay
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
This note has complete times and dates for all rehearsals and performances. All rehearsal times are start times. Please be at the Theater ready to go. All performance times are curtain. Please have your child to Maple Mountain High school 1 hour before curtain. Performing takes a lot of energy! Have your child eat before they come. Please have your Childs hair combed and curled and a touch of makeup on.  All students who are in the Children’s Choir will need one nice pair of Jeans (no holes). Everyone will need soft soled black shoes.  NO ATHLETIC SHOES will be allowed. Please be on time to pick up your child. We will not leave until everyone is picked up! We will be ready to go home and be with our families. Please get plenty of rest during this time frame to keep up your energy and school grades. All rehearsals and performances from Mar. 21st on will be on the stage at Maple Mountain High School auditorium.
Wed.  Mar 21st : 3:30 p.m. to until finished 6:30-7:00 p.m. run entire show

Thurs. Mar. 22nd: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. run entire show

Fri. Mar. 23rd 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. run entire show

Mon. Mar. 26th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m. Tech and Dress Rehearsal

Tues. Mar. 27th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m.  Final Dress

Wed. Mar. 28th: Special Performance 7:00 p.m.  (by Invitation) Pick up time 9:00 p.m.

Thurs. Mar. 29th School Performance 9:30 a.m.  Pick up time 11:30 p.m.
We will be taking pictures after performance  (time not finalized)
Thurs. Mar. 29th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 9:00 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 30th School Performance 1:15 p.m. pick up time 3:15 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 30th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 9:00 p.m.

Sat. Mar. 31st : Public Performance 2:00 p.m.  Pick up time 4:00 p.m.

Wed. Apr. 4th CAST PARTY!!! 4:00 p.m.  to 5:00 p.m. @Larsen School Bring a treat to share.
  Thank You for your Support!
Any questions please call Karma 801-494-4730

Friday, February 17, 2012

Great JOB!!

Thanks to all for the work and help in the success of Willy Wonka!! You all rock! I have heard so many good things about the show. Thanks so much!!
Now on to Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. First day on stage is Mar. 21st. With performances Mar. 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st.Watch for a Schedule on Feb. 22nd.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

WaHoo!! Tonight is the BIG night Willy Wonka Opens!!

It is finally here, after weeks of hard work now it is time for the fun! Willy Wonka's opening night.
Thurs. Feb. 9th and Fri. Feb.10th 7:00 p.m. Sat Feb. 11th 2:00 p.m. Spanish Fork High School Auditorium. Come join us for some Scrumpdiddlymumphish fun!

Monday, January 16, 2012

Willy Wonka Schedule

Willy Wonka Jr.
Final rehearsal and performance schedule


This note has complete times and dates for all rehearsals and performances.
All rehearsal times are start times. Please be at the Theater ready to go. All performance times are curtain. Please have your child to Spanish Fork High school 1 hour before curtain.
Performing takes a lot of energy! Have your child eat before they come. Please have your Childs hair combed and curled and a touch of makeup on.  All students who play Oompa Loompas will need one nice pair of Jeans (no holes) and White tights. We need the tights ASAP, we are going to dye them  Everyone will need soft soled black shoes.  NO ATHLETIC SHOES will be allowed. Please be on time to pick up your child. We will not leave until everyone is picked up! We will be ready to go home and be with our families. Please get plenty of rest during this time frame to keep up your energy and school grades. All rehearsals and performances from Jan. 31st (Tues)  on will be on the stage at Spanish Fork High School auditorium.
Tues Jan 31st : 3:30 p.m. to until finished 6:30-7:00 p.m. run entire show

Thurs. Feb. 2nd: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. run entire show

Sat Jan. 4th: 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Tech Rehearsal Will have pizza everyone bring $2.00

Mon. Feb. 6th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m. Tech and Dress Rehearsal

Tues. Feb. 7th: 3:00- 6:00 p.m.  Final Dress

Wed. Feb 8th: Special Performance 7:00 p.m.  (by Invitation) Pick up time 8:30 p.m.

Thurs. Feb. 9th: School Performance 9:30 a.m. Pick up time 11:00 a.m. new time
Thurs. Feb. 9th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 8:30 p.m.

Fri. Feb. 10th : School Performance 9:00 a.m. Pick up time 10:45 (We will be taking pictures)
Fri. Feb. 10th: Public Performance 7:00 p.m. Pick up time 8:30 p.m.

Sat. Feb. 11th: Public Performance 2:00 p.m.  Pick up time 3:30 p.m.

Wed. Feb. 15th CAST PARTY!!! Joseph Rehearsal start Regular class time @Larsen School Bring a treat to share.
  Thank You for your Support!
Any questions please call Karma 801-494-4730