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David Fenley and Billy Olson.


Title
Rembrandt Takes a Walk

Creators
Red Grooms and Mark Strand, authors
Constance Congdon, playwright
Hiram Titus, composer

Details

28 pgs. 9 female, 13 male
Originally produced in CTC’s 1988-89 season
Audience Recommendation: All Ages

*Rembrandt Takes a Walk is not a musical, but a CD of underscoring is available for an additional fee.

Synopsis

Tom is not pleased to leave his TV and snacks to visit his boring Uncle Morton. There is nothing to do in his big house except look at the art, and that is boring! When tom goes looking for a bite to eat, the only food he can see is in the paintings…which look very real…and even taste very real… Rembrandt hops from his painting to help Tom see art through different eyes, and Tom helps Rembrandt see the excitements of modern life!

“With humor that steers young viewers towards art appreciation… Rembrandt offers eye-candy and full-meal theater in one concentrated dose.” -City Pages, MN

Classroom Reading Fee: $50 per classroom, per semester
Amateur/Educational Royalty Fee: $75 per performance
Professional Royalty Fee: please inquire for a quote
The royalty fee includes permission to make copies of the perusal script for your cast.

*Rembrandt Takes a Walk  is not a musical, but there is a CD available for underscoring. Additional fees apply.


Audio
Rembrandt Demo 1

Rembrandt Demo 2

Rembrandt Demo 3

Rembrandt Demo 4

Rembrandt Demo 5

Rembrandt Demo 6

Rembrandt Demo 7

 

Click »here for a PDF excerpt. (Adobe Acrobat is required)

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