Welcome to day 8 of A Year With Frog and Toad Kids. Today we have been working hard to put the finishing touches on our show. This morning we started off the day touching up many of our big musical numbers. We ran the big numbers many times to make sure they’re in perfect condition for our shows this Friday. We soon took a well deserved snack break. After snack we did a full run of our show. The campers are doing such a great job performing A Year With Frog and Toad Kids. They all look like they’re having a great time, too! After our run through the campers went to different classes. The younger kids went to art and the older kids went to games. That was a nice way for the kids to relax before their run this afternoon. The kids went to lunch and then made their way outside for recess. The campers love recess because it is a good time for the whole cast to hang out and have some fun.


One different thing about our summer camps this year is that the Junior Staff holds more active roles in the production. Billy Issertell and Grace Grassi have taken a huge part in the directing of the shows this summer. Also, Erin Murray has been choreographing each musical number. The Junior Staff members know Mr. Brac and Miss Aimee Kate from being involved with Catholic Community Choir when they were younger or from O’Hara. Mr. Brac and Miss Aimee Kate run the theatre program at O’Hara and are very involved with O’Hara’s MiniTHON. The Junior Staff loves working along side Mr. Brac and Miss Aimee Kate.


Our show is in two days and we can’t to perform for you. Make sure you buy your tickets. The ticket link is here. After you see A Year With Frog and Toad Kids, be sure to come back to see Schoolhouse Rock, Live! Jr. on August 18th at 2pm and 7pm.

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Catholic Community Choir, founded in 2007, is a children’s theater organization rooted in faith and fun center stage. For more info on CCC, visit our website or call 610-544-5217

Authored by Kristina Goldhorn

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