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RAPA FAMILY THEATRE PRESENTS

A Year With Frog and Toad: The Musical

Waking from hibernation in the Spring, Frog and Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding and learn life lessons along the way. The two best friends celebrate and rejoice in the differences that make them unique and special. Part vaudeville, part make believe… all charm, A Year with Frog and Toad tells the story of a friendship that endures throughout the seasons. Perfect for introducing theatre to youngsters while keeping adults entertained, as well.
Meet the characters after the show!

There may be a $5.00 charge for parking.

Saturday Sep 30, 2017 – Sunday Oct 15, 2017
at the Kodak Center Studio Theatre

 

First Genesis Baptist Church & Rev. Dr. Fredrick Johnson present

Dear Future Me Tour

First Genesis Baptist Church & Rev. Dr. Fredrick Johnson present the “Dear Future Me Tour”, featuring multiple GRAMMY® nominated and Stellar Award-winning acclaimed artists James Fortune and Kierra Sheard! The album “Dear Future Me” peaked at #1 on the Billboard Chart for Gospel Albums. Kierra Sheard’s latest album, “Graceland” hit #1 overall on iTunes. Both James Fortune and Kierra Sheard bring an electrifying and exhilarating presence to the stage with an array of hit songs that are sure to be enjoyed! This is a concert for the entire community, from children, to millennials, and beyond!

There may be a $5.00 charge for parking.

Sunday Sep 10, 2017
at the Kodak Center Main Stage

 

B&R Production Inc. presents

Momma’s Boy

Set in the inner city, Aaron and Autumn join forces as police officers in a town plagued by violence. Autumn is then forced to move into Aaron’s home with her sons. Autumn has spoiled and catered to her sons every need which has earned them the title of being momma’s boys. This is where Aaron’s plight begins to turn these boys to men. In an awkward turn of events, Autumn decides to confront Aaron about his own relationship with his mother. Aaron’s mother, who has resided with him for the past 10 years,feels that no woman can take care of her son like she can. She has run away potential prospects in the past and intends to do same with Autumn. The big question that remains is how can Aaron turn Autumns boys into men when he is a “Momma’s Boy” himself?

There may be a $5.00 charge for parking.

Tuesday, September, 19 at 7:30PM
at the Kodak Center Main Stage

 

RAPA Family Theatre Presents

RAPA FAMILY THEATRE 2017-18 SEASON

RAPA Family Theatre Season tickets are now on sale! A Year with Frog and Toad; The Gingerbread Man; Treasure Island. A 20% discount is included for those who purchase all three shows at once. Tickets are sold by reserved seating in the newly renovated Studio Theatre at the Kodak Center for Performing Arts. All performances are approximately one hour in length plus a short intermission. As always, children can “Meet the Cast” after each performance, with photo opportunities, autographs, and special moments. Sponsored by Tutor Doctor. For information on our Sensory Friendly Performances, please call us at 585-254-0073. Single tickets are on sale at RapaTheatre.org

The Kodak Center Studio Theatre
 

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