RYOT: A Connecticut Yankee
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Presented By: Renaissance Theatre
Rodgers' and Hart's beloved score to a Mark Twain classic! Martin is just about to marry his lover Fay when an old flame, Alice, pays him a visit. In a jealous rage, Fay knocks Martin unconscious...sending him back to the year 528! Hilarity ensues as Martin attempts to sort out the rules and requirements of living in King Arthur's court...and so much more!
Sat. January 31, 7:30pm
Sun. Febrary 1, 3:00pm
RYOT performances are produced and performed by students in grades 2-12, and directed by Lori Turner.
Whether acting, singing, dancing, assisting with lights, helping to create costumes and props, or building the set, RYOT embraces a child's curiosity and gives students a chance to explore the theatre. Under the direction of Lori Turner, RYOT allows students to interact and learn from professional stage directors, choreographers, designers, and technicians. Students work to put together every aspect of performance twice each year.
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