Thursday, February 26, 2009


The Friends and Family Performance for
TTFC's spring traveling show,
"The Tale of Peter Rabbit (and Benjamin Bunny)" will be held on
April 19, Sunday from 2:30 pm
at the Akasaka Community Center.

All are welcome! Admission is for FREE!
The show lasts 45 minutes.
*Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado.

Traveling Cast and Crew
Peter Rabbit       Sandy Holderbach
Benjamin Bunny    Cecilia Cristol
Flopsy/Caw       Gerri Sorrells
Mopsy/Klem       Carey Storin
Cottontail         Fumiyo Sukegawa
Mrs. Rabbit        Debbie Woo
Cat/Mr. Bunny     Michiko Okuma
Mr. McGregor     Tom Clark
Sound Tech       Mari Sahu

Director        Sandy Holderbach
Costumes       Linda Polgar
Choreographer    Terry Osada
Set/Props       Sandy Holderbach
Props          Mari Sahu
Audio Equipment   Jack Merluzzi
Front of House    Sachiko Yamada
Rehearsal Space   Carey and Ed Storin

School Liason Carey Storin
Treasurer       Fumiyo Sukegawa

*Walking Directions to Akasaka Community Center

From Aoyama 1 – chome Station:
Walk downhill on Rt. 246 towards Akasaka Mitsuke. Stay on right side of road.
You will pass (on your right) a post office, the Canadian Embassy, a small park and Sogetsu Kaikan.
The Crown Prince/Princess residence will be on your left.
Cross street at second light.
The big castle-looking building with the outside stairs is the Community Center.

From Akasaka Mitsuke Station:
Walk up hill on Rt. 246 towards Aoyama. Stay on left side of road.
The castle-like building with the outdoor stairs next to the Akasaka Police Station is the Community Center.

Akasaka Hall is on the 3rd floor.

For further information, please contact Gerri in English or Japanese:

Tokyo Theatre for Children has been bringing the magical world of musical theatre to kids, young and old, for over 38 years!
We are a non-profit, community theatre group and are always looking for volunteers!
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Please help us keep Tokyo Theatre for Children alive and help us bring the world of make-believe to life!
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