School Time Theatre: Frosty
Monday, November 28, 2016—Noon
The beloved holiday song “Frosty the Snowman” has inspired a brand new story by Catherine Bush with original music by Mandy Williams and produced by The Barter Players. A young orphan named Billy discovers magic in a stolen hat. When he places the hat on a snowman’s head, the snowman comes to life! Join Billy and Frosty as they embark on a New York City adventure filled with thrills and chills, and the discovery that the real magic of the holidays is love.
Thematic Connections: Communication and Language Arts, Literature-Based, Music, Relationships & Family.
Core Content for Assessment & Common Core State Standards: DA:Cr1.1kA, DA:Cr2.1kA, DA:Cr3.1kA, DA:Cr4.1kA, DA:Re8.1.2, MA:Re7.1.k, MA:Re7.1.1, MA:Re7.1.2, MA:Re7.1.3, MA:Re7.1.4, MU:Re7.2.K, MU:Re7.2.1, MU:Re7.2.2, MU:Re7.2.3, MU:Re7.2.4, TH:Cr1.1.K, TH:Cr1.1.1, TH:Cr1.1.2, TH:Cr1.1.3, TH:Re8.1.K, TH:Re8.1.1, TH:Re8.1.2, TH:Re8.1.3, TH:Cn10.1.K, TH:Cn10.1.1, TH:Cn10.1.2, TH:Cn10.1.3, TH:Cn11.2.K, TH:Cn11.2.1, TH:Cn11.2.K, TH:Cn11.2.1, TH:Cn11.2.2, TH:Cn11.2.3, TH:Pr6.1.K, TH:Pr6.1.1, TH:Pr6.1.2, TH:Pr6.1.3, TH:Re7.1.K, TH:Re7.1.1, TH:Re7.1.2, TH:Re7.1.3.
Reservations for School Time Theatre performances must be submitted online. Admission is $4 per person for each performance. All performances are open to the general public.
The 2016-2017 School Time Theatre series is presented by Lake Cumberland Performing Arts in partnership with The Center.
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to Lake Cumberland Performing Arts with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.