Join us for our Make N Take Family Series performed by Rags to Riches Theatre for Young Audiences at The Scrap Exchange!
You Become Part of the Show!
Rags to Riches, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1993, relies on participation – they teach songs and shouts and moves and dances that allow the audience to join in the performance. Stick around for a themed Make N Take activity using Scrap Exchange materials following the show!
Caught in the Web – presented by Rags to Riches Theatre for Young Audiences
Discover three spider tales namely,”Ananse and the Talking Melon”, “Ananse and the Moss Covered Rock”, and
“Ananse Goes Fishing”. Ananse the trickster tricks Tembo the Elephant into believing that he has a patch of talking melons when he is caught eating a rather tasty melon. The Moss covered rock that he finds is magical and Ananse uses it to trick the animals out of their food. Ananse is caught, however, and loses all of the
food he hoarded. When Ananse goes fishing with Turtle, he thinks he can trickTurtle, but Turtle knows Ananse’s tricks and so he tricks Ananse into doing all the work. Join us to experience these fun spider tales!
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Show Time: 4 pm (Make N Take option afterwards ending at 5:30pm)
Cost: $10 for show + Make N Take, $5 for show only
Ages: 2 and up
*** Tickets will also be available at the door via cash or credit card. ***
For more information about Rags to Riches Theatre for Young Audiences, visit rags-to-riches.org.
October 22nd “The Owl and the Turtle”
November 19th “Stone Soup”
December 17th “The Gingerbread Boy”
January 28th “Rapunzel”
February 18th “Caught in the Web”
March 25th “The Disenchanted Dragon.”