2010-2011 School Field Trips Synopsis
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El Campanil Theatre Preservation Foundation 602 W. Second Street Antioch, Ca 94509 www.elcampaniltheatre.comEl Campanil Children's Theatre is made possible by these generous organizations The Thomas J Long Foundation * Mirant Corporation * The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation October 21, 28 and November 4, 2010 (Thursdays)9:30 & 11:00 am Emperor’s New Clothes – The Musical The Emperor’s New Clothes, the Musical, based on the Hans Christian Anderson classic is a funny, laugh your socks off comedy that teaches a lesson while enjoying the antics of the clothes-a-holic emperor of the Kingdom of Glump. The musical production is sure to delight while meeting standards in both English Language Arts and Music while also reinforcing lifelong character lessons. This story has something to say about choosing friends, not being fooled into doing something silly, and teaches the importance of telling the truth. The Kingdom of Glump has been falling apart ever since the pampered emperor became wrapped up in his tasteless wardrobe! Not only is he a big headed clothes-aholic, his three daughters are quickly becoming chips off the old block. The Emperor is a vain and silly guy – always looking for the most beautiful and expensive new clothing. Along come two con artists, Wart & Hog, crafty swindlers who devise an ingenious plan for fooling the Emperor. Nothingpleases the pompous Emperor more than a new suit of clothes. So when he hears of a magic material that has the remarkable quality of being invisible, he calls for the tailors at once. Everyone pretends to “see” the magic cloth. Will the Emperor wander the kingdom in his birthday suit, or will everyone, tell him the truth? No one dares until the emperor’s servant boy covers him up at the parade, laying bare the facts: the emperor has no clothes on and is in his underwear! The emperor vows to his kingdom that he not only will keep his clothes on, but will reform his ways. December 2, 9 and 16, 2010 (Thursdays)9:30 & 11:00 am The Velveteen Rabbit—The Musical Adapted by Anita Larsen The enchanting adaptation of Margery William’s poignant children’s classic about a stuffed animal made real by a child’s love is perfect for the holiday season. This timeless tale of love and sacrifice as revealed through the story of a small stuffed rabbit made real through a child’s love, “heart” is its keyword. Unbeknownst to Andrew’s grumpy nursemaid, there is life to the playthings on the floor and in the toy cabinet, when the lights go out in the nursery. Timothy Lion, Train Engine, Skin Horse, Model Boat and Velveteen Rabbit all spring to life. Andrew receives a velveteen Rabbit for Christmas. The Velveteen Rabbit is snubbed by other more expensive toys, the latter of which fancy themselves real. One day while talking with the Skin Horse, Rabbit learns that a toy becomes real if its owner really and truly loves it. The Velveteen Rabbit soon takes his place as the boy's constant companion. Rabbit becomes shabbier, but the boy loves him no matter what. The Velveteen Rabbit's companionship with the boy lasts until the boy falls ill with scarlet fever.Andrew becomes too ill to play for a very long time; the doctor orders all bedding must be burned along with all the nursery toys in order to disinfect the nursery.While awaiting the bonfire, in which the Velveteen Rabbit will be burned, the Rabbit cries a real tear. This tear brings forth the Nursery Magic Fairy. She tells Rabbit that he was only real to the boy and brings him to the woods, where he realizes that he is a real rabbit at last and runs to join the other rabbits in the wild. The tale of a toy rabbit made real through a child’s love is both entertaining and genuinely moving thanks to Margery Williams’ poignant children’s classic. This gentle and tender fable is ideal for both the young and the young at heart.A timeless tale with a warm spirit.
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