We’re pleased to welcome back Bay Area Performing Arts and Casting to the Palladium this Saturday. After a remarkable production of School of Rock, BAPAC is back with Carrots, a show for the entire family, based on Beatrix Potter’s classic tale of Peter Rabbit.
The show is this Saturday at 2 p.m. and you can get tickets and more information by following this link.
Director and writer, Katie Combs told me Carrots brings modern sensibilities and music to this classic story, and she’s written it so adults can enjoy the theatrical experience as much as their kids and grandkids.
“I wanted something that adults would legitimately enjoy, not just watch because their kids enjoyed it. In this production, there’s something in there for everyone,” Katie said.
Along with Peter Rabbit and his sisters, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, the show focuses on Beatrix and her bother, Bertram, along with “three crows and a ton of dancing vegetables.”
Katie herself plays Pete’s mother.
BAPAC is a non-profit dedicated to training young theatrical performers and making theater for young audiences that isn’t sappy or cloying. The music is fresh and fun, so is the production. Come check it out and bring some kids.
For more information on BAPAC, just follow this link to their website.