2019-20 THEATRICAL SEASON
4TH ANNUAL AIM VARIETY SHOW
Come celebrate the kick-off of our 4th season! As the first official "Arts Integrated Ministry (AIM)" event, our annual variety show fundraiser started in the fall of 2016. Then just 12 students in a "dinner theatre" style revue, our annual variety show has now grown into a full-length production showcasing the talents of 50-60 of our performers.
This year's fundraiser will feature a silent auction begining at 6:00PM and concluding 30 mins after the performance, as well as refreshments. The show will feature classic musical numbers from Company and H2$ as well as some new favorites from Something Rotten and Mary Poppins Returns.
Friday, November 22nd @ 6:30PM
Saturday, November 23rd @ 6:30PM
Limited Seating Available - No cost for admission, donations appreciated.
CLICK below to find out about participating as a performer in our upcoming variety show.
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AIM FAMILY DAY &WORKSHOP
Join us for a potluck lunch followed by activities and games for all ages. Families are invited to bring a main course and a snack or dessert to share. Drinks will be provided. All are welcome to stay and work with our team of directors and learn some techniques for a memorable audition. Workshops will be held to familiarize yourself with music and choreography that will be introduced at auditions in January.
Sunday, December 8th
Potluck Lunch/Family Activities 1:30-3:30PM
Audition Workshop 3:30-6:00PM
CLICK below to RSVP you or your family for our family day and/or our audition workshop.
DISNEY'S MY SON, PINOCCHIO: GEPPETTO'S MUSICAL TALE
Music and Lyrics by: Stephen Schwartz
Book by: David Stern
This classic tale of toymaker, Geppetto's, little wooden puppet is given new life. This new musical, which retells the classic Disney story from Geppetto's perspective, features the beloved classic songs, "When You Wish upon a Star" and "I've Got No Strings," alongside a host of new songs by Oscar- and Grammy Award winner and master melodist, Stephen Schwartz, tackling timely issues about what it means to be "the perfect child" – and what it means to be "a real father."
Weekends Apr. 17- May 3
Ticket reservations available soon