By 1808Delaware

Get ready to dive deep into the vibrant and whimsical world of Bikini Bottom! Westerville City Schools’ Summer Enrichment Theatre program is bringing “SpongeBob The Musical” to the stage, promising an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages.

Showtimes and Tickets

Mark your calendars for a series of spectacular performances:

  • 7:00 PM, July 19 and 20
  • 2:00 PM, July 20 and 21

All performances will be held at Westerville North High School. To purchase tickets, click here.

For those requiring special accommodations, the July 21 show will feature ASL interpreting, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the magic of SpongeBob’s underwater adventures.

A Journey to Bikini Bottom

Set in the beloved undersea world of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” the musical follows the optimistic and ever-enthusiastic SpongeBob, along with his friends Patrick, Sandy, Squidward, and others, as they come together to save their town from impending doom. The show is a celebration of friendship, community, and resilience, wrapped in a colorful and imaginative package.

Meet the Director

Matt Wolfe, the head of the theatre program at Westerville South High School and the director of the summer enrichment theatre program, is thrilled to bring this family-friendly show to life. “After a couple of years of high school stories, we wanted to reach out to a family-friendly, good-for-all-ages show that utilizes imagination and creativity to tell a story,” Wolfe said.

Educational Opportunities

The Summer Enrichment Theatre program isn’t just about putting on a great show; it’s also an educational opportunity for students. Participants in the program can earn a .25 elective credit in Theatre Production, providing them with valuable experience in performing arts and stagecraft.

Bringing the Community Together

“SpongeBob The Musical” is more than just a performance; it’s a community event that highlights the creativity and talent of Westerville’s students. It’s an opportunity for families to come together, enjoy a high-quality theatrical production, and support the arts in their local schools.

Source: Westerville City Schools; Image by InspiredImages from Pixabay

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