Bradford County Regional Arts Council
My Father's Dragon
October 10, 2017
9:30AM and 12:30PM
brought to you in part by: PCA, United Way and Claverack
When nine-year old Elmer Elevator hears about a baby dragon who is held captive by the ferocious animals of Wild Island, he sets off on an adventure to rescue the dragon and return him home. With the help of his friend the Alley Cat, Elmer packs everything he thinks he’ll need – including chewing gum, two-dozen lollipops, seven hair ribbons and a box of rubber bands! With pluck and ingenuity Elmer makes his way to the Island, outwits the wild animals and saves Boris, the dragon. But can they find their way back home? As they travel over the ocean they get lost in a storm and discover a magical island of escaped canaries. The resourceful Elmer helps the canaries overcome their “curiosity disease” and uncover a stash of hidden riches. With bags of gold and the canaries’ blessings, the dauntless duo at last returns home. Using puppets, masks, inventive scenic effects and original music, Enchantment Theatre Company is delighted to bring you the story of a compassionate and courageous young boy and his unlikely friendship with a splendid yellow and blue striped dragon.
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Schools and Individuals welcome
$6.00 per person
October 19, 2017
Tickets available at the Rialto Theatre and The Canton Independent Sentinel
$12 Adults $10 Seniors/Students
Thursdays at the Rialto opens the 2017.18 concert season with Ike Bowers. Bowers is a local resident and a former member of the rhythm and blues/doo-wop group Harold Winley’s Clovers.
September 21, 2017
12:30PM & 6:30PM
Thursdays at the Rialto
Sponsored by Rekindle the Spirit
Tickets available at the Rialto Theatre and Canton Independent Sentinel
It's the early twentieth century American Midwest. A con man, currently going by the assumed name Harold Hill, has used several different schemes to bilk the unsuspecting, he now traveling from town to town pretending to be a professor of music - Gary (Indiana) Conservatory of Music, class of '05 - being able to solve all the respective towns' youth problems by forming a boys' marching band. When he arrives in River City, Iowa, population 2,212, he will have some unexpected help from Marcellus Washburn, a friend and former grifter colleague to make sure Harold survives his stay in town. The music teacher he has to impress in River City is spinster Marian Paroo, who is also the town librarian. Complications for Harold ensue when he starts to fall for Marian, something that has never happened with another music teacher before.
ALSON & LINDA NICKERSON
BAREFOOT PELLET COMPANY
CANTON AMERICAN LEGION 303
CANTON INDEPENDENT SENTINEL
CUMMINGS LUMBER COMPANY
ENDLESS MOUNTAINS BRACE AND MOBILITY
FIRST CITIZENS COMMUNITY BANK TROY & CANTON
JIM'S SPORTING GOODS
PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
REKINDLE THE SPIRIT INC
RIALTO ADVISORY COMMITTEE
SCHOONOVER's PLUMBING AND HEATING INC
SOLID GROUND SERVICES, INC
TREE HOUSE FOUNDATION
TROY EDUCATION FOUNDATION
TROY GRANGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
WATSON DIESEL INC
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Gift Bags: 2 tickets, 2 candies, 2 popcorn
Poppers: 1 ticket, 1 candy, 1 popcorn