Friday, November 15 at 10AM
Running Time: approximately 60 minutes
Recommended Grades: PreK-3
To book your school group reservations, please contact Linda Beard at (973) 382-1035 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating at performances is reserved by school group and begins thirty minutes prior to shows. When booking, please let us know of any special accommodations or wheelchair accessible seating requirements so we can make every effort to accommodate your group’s needs.
A young girl is said to spin straw into gold, but a greedy king hears of her talent and desires untold riches for himself. He locks her up in a room filled with straw and nothing more than a spinning wheel. Her terror grows through the night because she can’t really turn straw into gold and she fears the king will take revenge on her family. Suddenly, a strange man named Rumpelstiltskin appears and promises to spin the straw into gold, but at what price? This classic tale comes to the stage filled with song and audience participation along with the fabulous stage sets and costumes that the Panto Company USA is internationally known for!
A production of The Panto Company USA
Curriculum Connections: Visual and Performing Arts, Music, Language Arts, Literature, Social Studies
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If you or a member of your party is in need of assistance please notify SOPAC at the time your tickets are purchased. The SOPAC Box Office can be reached at (973) 313-2787 . Additionally, Patron & Ticket Services can be reached at (973) 382-1025.
School Performances at SOPAC are supported in part by 2019-20 SOPAC Season Sponsor BCB Community Bank, Hearst Foundations, Orange Orphan Society, The Provident Bank Foundation, The Rea Charitable Trust, Investors Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, PSEG Foundation and George A. Ohl, Jr. Trust, John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University and Eventage & Matt and Jennifer Glass.