5 Things We’re Looking Forward to in the New Year
#1: Three fun shows to round out our 2016-2017 Main Stage Season!
- Geronimo Stilton: Mouse in Space | January 30 – March 5
- Curious George: The Golden Meatball | February 27 – April 9
- Nancy Drew and Her Biggest Case Ever | April 10 – May 14
#2: Spring Youth Academy Classes
Interested in performing, or in learning more about the technical side of theatre? Then we have just the thing for you! The REP Youth Academy’s mission is to provide a professional theatrical experience in an educational environment that is by, for, and about young people.
To view all of our spring classes, workshops, performance opportunities, and more, check out our Spring Youth Academy Brochure.
#3: Pip-Squeak: An Anti-Bullying Magic Show
January 14 at 2:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Award-winning magician and comedian Tony Brent returns for the 6th year to present Pip-Squeak: An Anti-Bullying Magic Show. Using comedy, amazing magic tricks, juggling, and a coat-rack loaded with costumes, Tony gently and humorously teaches children how to cope with being bullied and whether or not they themselves might be guilty of bullying.
#4: Spring Break Camps
This year we are offering not one, but two Spring Break Camps!
Musical Playmakers: Movin’ with Moana | Grades K-2 In this musical theatre based camp, students build an original story through carefully structured creative play and musical theatre instruction inspired by the movie Moana!
Acting Academy | Grades 3-8 Each day includes core-acting instruction in voice & movement, improvisation, scene study, and musical theatre.
#5: Two Sensory-Friendly Performances
The REP is pleased to announce its Sensory-Friendly performance of Geronimo Stilton: Mouse In Space, and Curious George: The Golden Meatball. Our Sensory-Friendly performances are specifically designed for patrons on the autism spectrum, or those with other sensory processing disorders and special needs. Modifications are made to the show’s lighting and sound effects, and a quiet room is also available for patrons who may need to leave the theater.
We hope to see you at our spring events and performances! For more information on any of the events listed above, visit orlandorep.com.