Welcome to The REP!
Whether you are a group of hundreds or a “group” of one, Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) wants to be on your calendar for academic enrichment activities. We welcome all school, community, and family groups! Choose from many different shows throughout the year, all for young audiences. Each show for our current season is listed below! Please contact the Field Trip staff at email@example.com or call 407-896-7365 x225 for more information.
Teacher/Parent Resource Guides
Teacher Resource Guides and Parent Guides, which include a detailed play synopsis and classroom activities, are found below each show description below. All guides support Florida State Standards and Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS). For additional information, call 407-896-7365 x225.
Ticket Prices and Show Times – (*Not Applicable for Summer Shows)
All tickets to weekday matinee performances are $10 for all children, teachers, and chaperones. We offer one complimentary seat for every 10 in your total ticket order. If your school or group books four or more different shows at the same time (on one field trip request form), we offer a rate of $9 per ticket.
To make a reservation, you must complete and submit a request form online.
How to Reserve a Show:
Step 1: Choose a date and time you wish to attend. Remember to choose an alternate date in case your first choice is sold out. On the Field Trip Request Form (link below), you can pick up to three preferred dates.
Step 2: Calculate the TOTAL number of seats you need for the performance (including ALL students, teachers, and chaperones). Please make sure to request wheelchair seats, if needed. Please note that performances specifying a limited availability have less than 100 seats available.
Step 3: Complete a field trip request form by clicking the link below. Please read all of the policies carefully and check the box that states that you agree to them.
Step 4: We email you a packet that includes an invoice and the field trip policies/FAQs. If the dates you selected are not available, we will email you with a list of dates that are.
September 12 – October 16, 2016
Jump into the world of little Llama and his Mama as they encounter daily adventures of Llama life – the first day of school, a trip to the supermarket, and bedtime drama! Llama learns about self-control and finds bravery with help from his Mama. Based on the beloved rhyming books by Anna Dewdney, this show is sure to put a smile on the faces of children and parents alike!
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): September 26, 2016
Rock The Presidents
October 10 – November 13, 2016
Rock the Presidents is a high-octane musical revue spanning the entire history of the American presidency, from George Washington to Barack Obama, while looking ahead to the future! The men who rose to the highest office in the land are brought to life through original songs in a variety of genres: rock, hip-hop, blues, pop, jazz, reggae, country, and more! Audiences young and old alike will learn something new about our Presidents, while perhaps seeing something of themselves reflected in the stories on stage.
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): October 31, 2016
Harry Connick, Jr.’s The Happy Elf
November 7 – December 18, 2016
From Grammy award-winner Harry Connick, Jr. comes a joyous new jazz musical, sure to become a holiday favorite! Eubie is the happiest elf in the North Pole, whose constant energy and exuberance wears others out. Eubie believes if he can restore joy to the forlorn town of Bluesville, full of children on the naughty list, he will win a spot on Santa’s sleigh team – his ultimate dream! Positive thinking, teamwork, and faith are wonderful gifts to give and to receive, and in this story of elfin magic, we find that these gifts are never in short supply!
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): December 12, 2016
Harry Connick, Jr.’s The Happy Elf Synopsis
Geronimo Stilton: Mouse in Space
January 30 – March 5, 2017
Villains are threatening New Mouse City, and the only hope is our reluctant hero, Geronimo Stilton! In this high-flying adventure, Geronimo is launched into space on a top-secret mission, but can Geronimo overcome his fears of heights, the dark, and confined spaces and use his intelligence to save the day? Based on the wildly popular book series, this story takes Geronimo and his pals Thea, Trap, and Benjamin on the adventure of their rodent lives!
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): February 13, 2017
Curious George: The Golden Meatball
February 27 – April 9, 2017
Join Curious George, the inquisitive, lovable monkey-star of books, movies, and the award-winning PBS television show in a delightful new musical. All-You-Can-Eat Meatball Day comes just once a year, and George could not be more excited. With George involved, things always get a bit interesting, and on this day, all roads lead to Rome for the Golden Meatball Contest! Along the way, George discovers the secret ingredient known by all the best chefs and shares it with all of his friends!
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): March 13, 2017
Nancy Drew and Her Biggest Case Ever
April 10 – May 14, 2017
In the small town of River Heights, Nancy Drew faces her greatest challenge as she seeks to solve the biggest mystery of her young career. A friend’s heirlooms are stolen, a mysterious stranger brings news of a missing fortune, and only Nancy can save the day. Clues are found and motives revealed, but will Nancy solve the mystery in time? Based on the classic mystery series by Carolyn Keene, the original super sleuth Nancy Drew and her friends use their wits to crack the case. Missing this show would be a crime!
American Sign Language Interpreter show (ASL): April 17, 2017
The REP’s 2016 – 2017 field trip season also includes several special limited engagements!
A Mr. Richard & The Pound Hounds Halloween Concert on October 28, 2016 (one day only). With sing-along tunes about fish, skunks, cool snakes, and Halloween fun, Mr. Richard & The Pound Hounds play great music for hip kids, who can preview their costumes by wearing them to the concert before the big night!.
Pip-Squeak: An Anti-Bullying Magic Show (January 9 – 14, 2017)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 10:30am
Because of his small size as a child, Tony was bullied in the cafeteria, in the gymnasium, on the playground, and generally anywhere there were no adults present. Now 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. In addition, children learn to recognize the signs of bullying and whether or not they themselves might be guilty of bullying. Tony portrays various people from his childhood and role-plays with children about various ways they could respond if they or a friend are bullied.