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American River College - Theatre and Film

The Department of Theatre and Film at American River College offers a wide range of classes in all areas of theatre, along with an expanding Film Studies program. We also maintain a busy production schedule in a variety of performance spaces in our recently modernized and expanded facility. In addition to our season of full-scale department productions, we feature touring Children's Theatre productions, student-produced performances featuring scenes, improv and one-act plays, and an on-going partnership with the Fair Oaks Theatre Festival. This schedule provides broad opportunities for theoretical and practical training for our students, and an exciting and varied menu of theatrical fare for our audiences.



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FALL MUSICAL


Directed by Pamela Downs


Wonderful family musical, full of fun and mystery. Title to be revealed June 20!



Performances Oct. 6 – 22, 2017








CHARLOTTE'S WEB

Adaptation of E.B. White's Classic Story


CHILDREN'S TOURING SHOW




Tour Performances Saturdays in July at the Fair Oaks Theatre Festival

Contact FairOaksTheatreFestival.com




E.B. White's beloved children's tale is brought to life in this 50 minute children's show which finds the young farm pig Wilbur attempting to avoid a dire fate. Of all the barnyard creatures, Wilbur's staunchest ally is Charlotte, a thoughtful spider who devises an intriguing plan to keep the gentle little swine out of the slaughterhouse. Although Charlotte's efforts, which involve words written in her delicate web, seem far-fetched, they may just work. Other characters include a gluttonous rat, some wacky geese, a cantankerous sheep, Homer, Fern, the farmhand and more!



American River College - Theatre and Film

The Department of Theatre and Film at American River College offers a wide range of classes in all areas of theatre, along with an expanding Film Studies program. We also maintain a busy production schedule in a variety of performance spaces in our recently modernized and expanded facility. In addition to our season of full-scale department productions, we feature touring Children's Theatre productions, student-produced performances featuring scenes, improv and one-act plays, and an on-going partnership with the Fair Oaks Theatre Festival. This schedule provides broad opportunities for theoretical and practical training for our students, and an exciting and varied menu of theatrical fare for our audiences.



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All Performances are in the ARC Theatre or Stage 2, except as noted.


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