A Year with Frog and Toad

Date: June 28, 2016 — August 31, 2016
Days & Times:

Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10:00 am

A one hour show for children, If it rains, we go indoors!

Running Time: 60 minutes
Price: $10

Music By Robert Reale
Book and Lyrics By Willie Reale
Based on the books by Arnold Lobel.
Originally presented on Broadway by Bob Boyett, Adrianne Lobel, Michael Gardner, Lawrence Horowitz and Roy Furman. World Premiere at The Children’s Theatre Company Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Directed by Victoria E. Flores


Waking from hibernation in the Spring, Frog and Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding, and learn life lessons along the way. The two best friends celebrate and rejoice in the differences that make them unique and special. Part vaudeville, part make believe, all charm, A Year With Frog And Toad tells the story of a friendship that endures throughout the seasons.



Anthony is a local actor, singer, director and educator, and played Mr. Grumps (with Loretta!) on the outdoor stage in Lyle, the Crocodile. He dedicates his performance to all the awesome kids in his life.


Jared Hagan (Toad) – Jared has played many silly characters at Cape Rep’s Outdoor Theater including two elephants, a frog, a pirate, a cow and a dinosaur. He enjoys eating cookies, reading books and snuggling with his puppy Penny.

Snail, Lizard, Bird

Jessica Georges (Snail) – Jess always looks forward to getting her yearly dose of youth serum from performing children’s theater here at Cape Rep every summer.  Playing characters like pigs, chickens, and pirates, have given her the energy she needs to keep up with her loving children Cora and Kai. Thanks Cape Rep for keeping me young and silly!

Mouse, Bird, Mole

Marie Becklo (Mouse) – Marie is so excited to be all sorts of animals in A Year with Frog and Toad after appearing in last summer’s Elephant and Piggie. Her favorite season is summer–it elevates the mood!

Turtle, Bird, Mole

Thomas Leidenfrost (Turtle) – Tom is finally playing the role he was born to play; a kooky, old turtle among other animals. Tom would like to dedicate his performance to anyone who likes bananas. If you hear an accordion this summer it’s probably Tom.


Director & Sound Design

Victoria Flores (Director) Victoria is a New York City based director who likes ice cream, small humans and puppies (especially Penny). Special thanks to Kano Mosher for being the greatest dramaturg yet.

Musical Director

Nathan Leigh (Musical Director)


David Girardin (Accompanist)

Costume Design

Heather McDevitt Barton (Costume Design) is a Brooklyn-based artist, textile maker, and designer. Recent design credits include Salty Brine’s These are the Contents of My Head, Thank U 4 A Funky Time, This One Night at the Opera, How Strange It Is (All TimeOut NY Critic’s Picks), Clown Bar (Pipeline Theatre Company, TimeOut NY Critic’s Pick), El Laurel de Apolo (Repertorio Español), RVSP (Well-Drawn Dog Productions, Best Comedic Short), Breathing in the Rain, Pioneer Species (Columbia University), and The Velveteen Rabbit (Assistant Costume Designer, Atlantic Theatre Company). Her work has been seen with Atlantic Theatre Company, Columbia University, Pipeline Theatre Company, Clarence Brown Theatre, Playwrights Horizon Theatre School, New York University, IRT, and Ars Nova. Heather currently works as resident costume designer for Salty Brine’s “Spectacular Living Record Collection,” Atlantic Theatre Company “Creator Series for Kids,” and for Kaiser’s Room, a non-profit theatre company developed to create theatrical works for children with developmental disorders. She holds two BAs – English Literature and Theatre – from the University of Tennessee.

Photos courtesy of Bob Tucker/Focalpoint Studio.

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