Family Matinee 2015

ANNOUNCING OUR 2015 FAMILY MATINEES!

SATURDAY and SUNDAY at 1:30 pm

Adults:  $14.00* / Children 15 and under: $12.00*
Groups of 20 or more:  $11.00* per person
*each ticket will be subject to $1.25 ticket processing fee.

The Best Christmas pageant ever

by Barbara Robinson
Wednesdays, November 25, December 9 and 16 at 7:30 pm
November 28, December 5,6,12,13,19 at 1:30 pm
December 13 at 4:30 pm
Directed by Roxy MtJoy

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Letters to Sala

FM_Salaby Arlene Hutton
October 25 and November 1
Student field trip 10 am performances: October 29 & November 4
Directed by Jena Oberg

Many young people recognize the name Anne Frank but an equally remarkable 16-year-old girl was named Sala Garncarz.

Sala was the youngest of eleven children.  Her father was a rabbi and teacher, and they lived in Poland close to the German border.  When her older sister was ordered to report to a Nazi forced labor camp during World War II, Sala volunteered go in her place. Neither she nor her family suspected that six weeks of required labor would stretch to almost five years of slavery.  Her entire journey of survival was remarkable but here, perhaps, is the most extraordinary surprise:  Throughout her time of imprisonment in seven Nazi labor camps, Sala incredibly risked her life to hide more than 350 letters that she received from family and friends—concealing them from guards, handing them off to friends, throwing them under buildings, even burying them.

Sala survived the camps, and her letters were hidden in a red cardboard “Spill and Spell” game box for fifty years!  Above all, this is the story of young Sala’s courage, her victory and vision, and the ability of words and connection to give and sustain life.

Recommended for families with children and teens over the age of ten.

Our ensemble cast features Alyssa Bockman, Carly DeCock, Lynne Franks, Elizabeth Glyptis, Katy Grant, Kent Hess, Leah Hillgrove, Ponny Conomos Jahn, Lily Lauver, Jacob Nowe, Pam Pasternak, Julia Paul, Ashley Rice, Renee Ruzzi-Kern, Tyson Sears, Jill Spear and Lindy Spear.

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For tickets, call the box office at (724) 745-6300 or purchase tickets through our new online ticketing system.