A Year with Frog and Toad
Book & Lyrics by Willie Reale
Music by Robert Reale
Based on the Books by Arnold Lobel
Back by popular demand! Frog and Toad hop from the page to the stage in this whimsical and irresistible retelling of Arnold Lobel’s A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD. This version of the Tony-nominated musical follows two great friends — the cheerful, popular Frog, and the grumpy Toad — through all of their fun-filled escapades! Part vaudeville, part magic, and all charm, this audience favorite tells a story of friendship that endures every season.
On the Screen Ticket: $10 - If you plan to screen this performance with family and friends, please consider donating the price of additional tickets to support the theatre and working artists. To purchase this option, please select any date of the performance and choose "On the Screen." Your link to stream the show will be sent to you via email on December 14, 2020 and can be viewed until January 3, 2021.
A Holiday with Frog and Toad Bundle: $40 - Celebrate the holidays with Frog, Toad, and all of your family and friends! For just $40, you will receive a link to stream the show on-demand with your family, Toad's very own delicious cookie recipe, Frog and Toad coloring pages, a lesson plan for families who are virtually schooling, and exclusive content from the cast, so you and your loved ones can experience the magic of theatre this holiday season!
For "On the Screen" or "In the Theatre" group booking information, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Buy-out pricing is available for “In the Theatre” performances for the full 20 available seats.
Virtual Viewing Party: Saturday, December 19 at 7:00 PM - Join us for a virtual viewing party of the show followed by a post-show discussion!
Streaming is presented by Special Arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI) New York, NY,USA
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. MTIshows.com
Synchronicity Theatre’s staff and administration weighed the option to offer live theatre experiences very carefully and determined that the less-risky, safer approach is to use data and the recommendations of health care providers and scientists to make informed decisions about the best ways to protect the health and well-being of our actors, audiences, staff and crews. We have decided to offer extremely-limited live viewing opportunities, and reserve the right to cancel “In the Theatre“ performances if certain criteria are not met. Our commitment to providing a space for audiences to come together live with our artists, whenever we are able to do so, reflects our mission to use theatre to build community.
72 hours before every production, we will notify you if we have decided to cancel the “In the Theatre” performances. This decision will be made if the COVID-19 test positivity rate’s 7-day average is higher than 8% in the metro-Atlanta area as determined by Georgia Department of Health’s daily COVID-19 status report. We will inform you of any changes that will be made to programming. All “In the Theatre” ticket confirmations for the 2020-2021 season will also include a link to digitally stream the performance, and can be exchanged for "In the Theatre" tickets to another 2020-2021 show.
Our theatre entrances and exits have been streamlined to reduce group contact in our lobby area, and to allow for safer seating options. The night of the performance, our House Managers will reserve seating based on protocol established by the Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing ensuring at least six feet of distance. The audience will be capped and seated, one-by-one according to these specifications.
We require all audience members to wear masks and keep safe social distance, and they are encouraged to use hand sanitizer and wash hands frequently. No walk-ups will be permitted the evening of the performance. All tickets must be reserved online in advance of the performance.
If you have concerns about viewing our performances in our theatre space, we encourage you to choose the “On the Screen” ticket option to receive a link to stream our performances at any time.
We appreciate the patience from our Synchronicity community in regards to these evolving circumstances. Please review all the COVID-19 precautions and requirements for our 2020-2021 season here.
Greg Hunter – Toad
Matt Baum – Frog
Elliott Folds – Bird/Snail
Taryn Carmona – Bird/Mouse
L’Oréal Roaché – Bird/Turtle
Originally Directed by Clint Thornton
Remounted by Jenna Tamisiea Elser
Originally Choreographed by Jen MacQueen
Amanda Wansa Morgan – Music Director
Lyndsay Ricketson – Choreographer
Vallea Woodbury – Production Manager
Julie Skryzpek – Stage Manager
Preston Goodson – Sound Designer/Sound Technician
Ryan Bradburn – Props Designer & Set Dressing
Ethan Weathersbee – Technical Director
Emmie Thompson – Costume Designer
Elisabeth Cooper – Lighting Designer/TD Mentor
Rashae Avery – Asst Lighting Design
Cara Reid – Master Electrician
Cinematic theatrical videos created by Felipe Barral and IGNI Productions.
About the Playwrights: Robert and Willie Reale
Brothers Robert and Willie Reale have many credits and contributions to working on television, film and theater. Robert is most known for his credits in composing scores for television and theater. His extensive credit list includes Good Morning America, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the Original Broadway production of A Year with Frog and Toad. Willie is known for his work within the theater community from shows such as Johnny Baseball to creating the 52nd Street Project that brings together inner-city youth with professional theater artists. Willie wrote the book and lyrics for the Broadway production of A Year with Frog and Toad alongside Robert who composed the musical score.
From their own successes, Robert is the owner of 4 Elements Music and 8118 Music. Both companies are music libraries for upcoming composers to have their works be used by consumers for independent projects. In 1994, Willie received a MacArthur Fellowship Award for his efforts in creating theater and theater education programs for the youth. Willie was previously nominated an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Patience” from the 2006 motion picture of the Broadway Musical, Dreamgirls.
A Year with Frog and Toad has been a smash success. When the musical made its debut on Broadway in 2003, it was then nominated for three Tony Award categories for Best Musical, Best Book of A Musical for Willie Reale and Best Original Score for both brothers.