ABOUT THE SHOW
A 10-minute musical for young audiences with a fun spin on the classic fable! Hardworking, miserable Ant meets fun-loving, irresponsible Grasshopper. Together they learn that everyone needs both discipline and creativity, and that life is better shared with a friend!!
Enjoy the 10-minute musical, and stay after for a fun 20-minute theatre workshop for all ages!
SHOW DATES & TIME:
June 3rd at 9am
Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory
$5 for 1 (Grasshopper)
$8 for 2 (Best Friends)
$15 for 4 (Ant Colony!)
Ant is a hard-working but miserable insect: Her whole life is about work and collecting food. Grasshopper is fun-loving but irresponsible: she never stops to think about the danger of looming winter. Can Ant and Grasshopper combine talents, work together, and learn the importance of balance and friendship? Find out in this toe-tapping and heartfelt musical based on the fable “The Ant and the Grasshopper”!
Noëlle GM Gibbs
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
Our performance of Ant and Grasshopper will take place outside. Please bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs. PVTC will provide folding chairs for anyone that needs one.
Following the performance, audience members are invited to participate in some simple theatre games and activities with PVTC staff.
Please do not park in the coned-off areas of the parking lot.
945 Portola Road
Portola Valley, CA 94028
Located on the campus of Valley Presbyterian Church
Starting on April 4th, masking is optional for vaccinated individuals participating in PVTC programming. PVTC still highly recommends masking, but we trust our families to decide what is best for them and will respect their masking decisions.
Details about our updated COVID policies are as follows:
Vaccinated individuals may choose to wear a mask or not while participating in PVTC programming. PVTC will respect the decision to mask or to unmask.
Participants wishing to unmask indoors must show proof of vaccination prior to entering the space. We will keep a record of vaccination status onsite.
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