April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 at 7:30 pm, April 3 at 2:00 pm
Member $16/ Non-Member $18/ Student $12
Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti is set in the 1960s and centers on bachelor Bernard, who has a flat in Paris and three stewardesses all engaged to him without knowing about each other. Bernard’s life gets bumpy, though, when his friend Robert comes to stay, and complications such as weather and a new, speedier Boeing jet disrupt his careful planning. Soon, all three stewardesses are in the city simultaneously, and catastrophe looms. Directed by Nate Chesney.
Auditions will be held Saturday December 11th from 2pm-4pm, Sunday December 12th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and Monday, December 13th from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Paradise Center for the Arts, 321 Central Ave. Faribault, MN 55021
Children's Theatre Series
These activities are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
The Merlin Players
** PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIRED AT DOORS – MASKS REQUIRED THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF THE SHOW **
By Wester Smalley
February 18, 19, 24,25, 26 – 7:30 PM
Sunday, February 20 – 2:00 PM
Co-directed by Julianna Skluzacek & Sam Temple
This is a charming dramatization for the entire family about a boy and a girl who save a friendly whale from whalers and bring about an international crisis. Jerry Johnson has secretly taught himself to talk to Ooka, a 50-foot whale that has fled from whalers into Puget Sound. With the help of Meg, a neighbor girl, he devises a plan to save Ooka from those who want to hurt or use her. More importantly, Jerry and Meg help Ooka combat the foreign whalers. The plan succeeds so well it causes a great international crisis, which the two children help the president of the United States resolve. This play is for the entire family!
Learn more about The Merlin Players on their website here!
Faribault Area Community Band is an extension of local talent at the Paradise Center for the Arts. Started by a Faribault middle school teacher in 2010, the band quickly found its great sense of belonging with the musical arts at the Paradise. This band brings together both novice and advanced concert band talent in local adults and students. They have two to four concerts a year free to the public, with a few practices before each one.
If you would like information about band, or want to join in, please contact the Paradise Center for the Arts.