In November 2017, Actors Theatre of Indiana, the resident professional theatre company of The Studio Theater at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, will present special school performance of the beloved musical…

A Year with Frog & Toad

With playful melodies, A Year with Frog and Toad tells the story of two friends who encourage and take care of one another in this musical based on the award-winning books by Arnold Lobel.

This production is meant to enhance your current curriculum standards.

Students will learn how a positive attitude is contagious and that being a good friend to one person can have a positive effect on the broader community.  A timely topic….

This production is appropriate for grades K-3 and includes a corresponding full color curriculum for use in your classrooms.    Our study guide is connected to the national standards in curriculum for Science, Technology, Health, Social Studies/Geography, and Mathematics Measurements, all while introducing young audiences to the magic of live theatre.

Performances run November 28 – December 1 at 10am and 12pm (noon) in The Studio Theater at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel

The Studio Theater at The Center for the Performing Arts | 4 Center Green
 Carmel, IN 46032

Tickets will go fast in our intimate 200 seat theater! Book your performance EARLY!

Please plan to arrive 20 minutes before scheduled performance time

Performance is approximately ONE HOUR in length

Tuesday | November 28, 2017           10:00am and 12pm (noon) 

Wednesday | November 29, 2017    10:00am and 12pm (noon)

Thursday | November 30, 2017       10:00am and 12pm (noon)

Friday | December 1, 2017               10:00am and 12pm (noon)


1 Chaperone / Teacher per every 15 children is included at NO CHARGE

Additional Chaperones/Parents are welcome at the $10 ticket charge

Tickets are first come, first served and available for $10 per student.

Each teacher and bus driver will receive one complimentary admission and one complimentary admission will be offered to a chaperone based on 15 paid student admissions.