Streaming available February 1 through April 1, 2021
$20 per household Click here to purchase the link to stream A Pirate’s Tale
“A Pirate’s Tale” a swashbuckling musical!
Music and Lyrics by Paul Shapera, book by Shaun Rolly. Directed by Shelley Fitzgerald.
From the black waters comes a new tale of love, celebration and betrayal. Follow Pirate King Tristin and Pirate Queen Cassandra and her pirate Lasses on an adventure of Love, Mutiny and swordfights on the high seas.
The Paradise Radio Suspense Theater presents a quartet of tales of mystery, mayhem, murder and yes, even ghosts, in time to usher in the Halloween season.
The recorded version of this production is available through April 1, 2021 for $20 for a one-time viewing. To purchase this option for $20, click here.
These holiday classic radio scripts come to captivating life as an acting ensemble dressed in fashions suggesting the 1940s/50s, supported by a sound-effects man, bring multiple characters to the stage.
Audience members experience these stories through the unique lens of a live “golden age of radio” studio production complete with flashing “applause” signs and commercial breaks. Come and join us as we celebrate the holidays of yesteryear!
Due to the Governor’s Executive Order, this show will only be available via streaming, which will be available for $20 per household. Streaming video will be available for viewing December 9th. Click here to purchase the streaming link
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
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.