Archive: May 2018

  1. THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME – JOIN THE CAST TODAY

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    New costumes, new set and an exciting new musical is coming to the ARIEL Theatrical stage this summer! The Hunchback of Notre Dame is open to adults and high school youth and has a “choir only” option if singing is your thing. Join the cast today and create memories that will carry you back to medieval Paris, again and again!

    Click HERE for more information and to download the registration form. No experience necessary. Come and try something new this summer!

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  2. THIS WEEKEND – TWO REASONS TO CELEBRATE

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    This Friday and Saturday, May 18 & 19, The Three Nanny Goats Gruff will delight audiences as they “trip, trap” their way across the bridge to find greener pastures. Their journey is complicated by a pack of hungry trolls who happen to reside under the very bridge that stands between the goats and the green grass of their dreams. Will the trolls thwart the expedition? Will the goats find a way to successfully traverse without becoming dinner? Will there be singing and dancing and fun for all ages? Come to ARIEL Theatrical to find out! Shows on Friday at 7 pm and Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm.

    ONLINE TICKETS HERE or they can be purchased over the phone 831-775-0976 or at the door.

    And the timing couldn’t be better – it is National Salad Month! If they weren’t busy on  stage, the Three Nanny Goats Gruff would definitely be stopping by the California Welcome Center Salinas (1213 North Davis Road) for their free samples of fruits and veggies on Saturday between 11 am-3 pm. You can do both! This weekend, get your daily recommended allowance of fruits, veggies, and musical theatre!

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  3. The Play’s the Thing – May 4

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    The recital for The Play’s the Thing is May 4.

    The Play’s the Thing is a day time class for home school students. In this session, participants dove into all things Shakespeare with a trained Shakespearean actor!

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