Two children’s musicals will be available for School Field Trip booking

beginning in the 2017-2018 School year. 


1st musical will be

LITTLE RED, a 1950s style, rock n roll musical, based on the classic story

  of Little Red Riding Hood
Targeting Pre K-5th Grade students.  Show running time: 1 hour
Book & Lyrics by Kitty Beletic (local playwright, author and painter)
Music by Mike McClain (McClain’s Recording Studios)
Based on the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood with relevant updates for today’s audiences
October 24-26, 2017,  9:30am & 1:00pm shows available (theatre opens at 9:15/12:45 to allow for seating).
Tickets: $6 per student (teachers, chaperones are free. Ratio of 12 students per chaperone required). Regular student price is $15.
This show combines the charm  of the original tale with the music of the 1950’s to make this play new and entertaining. The messages of the story are timeless. “Don’t stop to talk to strangers” and family values. Show Themes: Drama, Language Arts, Music, Dance, Theatre, the 1950’s, Family Values, Empathy, Making Wise Choices and Stranger Danger
Study Guide (all students will receive a study guide following the performance).   As part of our mission to integrate the arts into classroom academics, Guides are intended to provide helpful information for teachers and students to use after attending our performances. The activities presented in these guides are suggested to stimulate lively responses and multi-sensory explorations of concepts in order to use the theatrical events as a vehicle for performing arts and language arts learning. Educators are encouraged to use our suggestions as springboards to lead your students into meaningful, dynamic learning; extending the dramatic experience of the plays. Running Time: 1 hour
Activity:   actors will appear on stage after the show for a Meet & Greet with the Students.  Running Time: 20 minutes.

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The 2nd musical will be The Princess and The Pea,  based on the classic tale.
Targeting Pre K -5th Grade Students.  Show running time: 1 hour
Book & Lyrics by Kitty Beletic (local playwright, author, painter)
Music by Mike McClain (McClain’s Recording Studios)
Based on the classic tale of The Princess & the Pea
May 8-10 & May 15-17, 2018, 9:30 am & 1:00 pm shows available (Theatre opens at 9:15am/12:45 to allow for seating)
Tickets: $6 per student (teachers and chaperones are free). Regular student price is $15.
Though she would rather be gardening, the Queen of Patagonia needs to find a bride for her son, but only a true princess will do. Themes are Drama, Music, History, Language Arts, Theatre,  Being true to yourself, Family Values, Dealing with Peer Pressure.
Study Guide- (all students will receive a study guide following the performance).   As part of our mission to integrate the arts into classroom academics, Guides are intended to provide helpful information for teachers and students to use after attending our performances. The activities presented in these guides are suggested to stimulate lively responses and multi-sensory explorations of concepts in order to use the theatrical events as a vehicle for performing arts and language arts learning. Educators are encouraged to use our suggestions as springboards to lead your students into meaningful, dynamic learning; extending the dramatic experience of the plays.  Running time:  1 hour
Activity:  actors will appear on stage after the show for a Meet & Greet with the Students.        Running time: 20 minutes

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To book your School Group, call 972-690-5029 or e mail us at   RCTtheatre@aol.com

REPERTORY COMPANY THEATRE has a strong commitment to Theatre Arts Education. Our Arts in Education Program provides weekday Field Trips and low cost set and costume rentals for local schools and theatres.

  Repertory Company Theatre is an organization which aims to bridge the gap between traditional classroom instruction and innovative hands on, real world education via the Arts Educate Field trip program. With this program, the theatre brings performing arts into the physical realm, both on stage and using a variety of educational methods that can be referenced and studied in the classroom. They offer a normally untapped dimension to the learning process by guiding children to explore their individual creativity in an enriching, entertaining and engaging manner. Amanda Durbin- Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet-RISD.


I highly endorse and recommend Repertory Company Theatre providing these theatre outreach programs to our community. With this endeavor, future artists and art appreciators will be introduced and inspired, continuing to foster a community that encourages our students to truly follow their passions and dreams.  Mia Fischer- Frankford Middle School-PISD.