Theatre for Young Audiences

Jason & The Argonauts:

A Musical Family Adventure

An epic journey of Greek proportions! A musical comedy with three actors and an audience taking on 20 different characters. Not only will Jason be there but Hera, King Pelias, Phineas, Harpies, Sirens, Talos, Hercules and Zombie Soldiers too! Jason must bring home the Golden Fleece and you're the best crew for the job. 

"The original script and score by Ralph Krumins is superb... Don't dismiss this show like a Happy Meal — it's an exuberant, excellent feast for the senses that you won't be embarrassed to love."

-Jeffery R. Pierce, Elgin Review

"...interactive theatre for youth audiences, and playwright Ralph Krumins does all that and then some, creating environments that foster imagination and creativity."

-Jessie Riggins, KCMetropolis.org

 

Dino-RAWR:

A Blast From the Past

Dino-RAWR:

A Blast From the Past

Join scientist Dr. Creat as he proves to YOUR kids that she has indeed done the miraculous and created dinosaurs! Not only that, but these dinosaurs can sing, dance and perform awesome tricks. Can she keep a blast from the past under control? Or will Dr. Creat become extinct? Bop along with songs about educational topics Etymology (the study of words), Paleontology (the study of prehistoric life), & Biology (the study of life and living things)!

 

The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

" Krumins will have children of all ages bouncing in their seats like happy bullfrogs"

Ann M., Director of CSTARS

If you or someone you know are in search of a script for children's theater or a school musical, there are no better works than those written by Ralph Krumins."

-Mike E., Director/Educator

A brand hopping new musical! Join Jackie & Paul as you jump your way through the Mark Twain short story The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. Learn about local California history in this tale about a gambling man and his prize-winning animals, including a dog fighting champ, a ribbon winning stallion, and his famous jumping frog. This interactive, family-friendly show includes knee-slapping renditions of western, hip-hop, and even ballet music.

 

The Littlest Pirate

The seven seas is no place for a child- unless your name is Bucket, the littlest pirate. Left as a baby with the most ruthless swashbuckling crew, Bucket has to hold her own against larger savage pirates, and help to find lost treasure of McIvery. However pirates are not to be trusted, so when a new captain claims the wheel can Bucket help steer the ship out of danger's way? Full of sing-a-longs, audience participation and yo-ho-hoing good fun The Littlest Pirate will prove that it's not the size of the pirate, but the courage and heart they have inside.

"Best show ever for kids! So interactive, great music! Love love love!"

-Gin M., Online Review

"Everyone that can go should! It's so cute and my daughter loved it!"

-Jessica S., Mother

"...Walking the plank was the best! [The Littlest Pirate is] fun to be at because even if you are not on stage you get to be part of the fun."

-Leo S., Age 14

The Littlest Pirate

The seven seas is no place for a child- unless your name is Bucket, the littlest pirate. Left as a baby with the most ruthless swashbuckling crew, Bucket has to hold her own against larger savage pirates, and help to find lost treasure of McIvery. However pirates are not to be trusted, so when a new captain claims the wheel can Bucket help steer the ship out of danger's way? Full of sing-a-longs, audience participation and yo-ho-hoing good fun The Littlest Pirate will prove that it's not the size of the pirate, but the courage and heart they have inside.

"Best show ever for kids! So interactive, great music! Love love love!"

-Gin M., Online Review

"Everyone that can go should! It's so cute and my daughter loved it!"

-Jessica S., Mother

"...Walking the plank was the best! [The Littlest Pirate is] fun to be at because even if you are not on stage you get to be part of the fun."

-Leo S., Age 14

 
 
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Writes of Spring: Mystic Glen

Writes of Spring is a long-standing partnership between UCF and Orlando REP, celebrating the voices of young writers in Central Florida and sponsored by Florida Blue. The project annually takes submissions from hundreds of K-12 grade students and compiles selected best works to form a new stage play each year. This year's production is a musical with original music written and adapted by Ralph Gregory Krumins, a UCF Theatre for Young Audiences MFA candidate.