Buy Rumpus tickets!
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
proceeds support the Wild Things Music scholarship fund
children 4 & under free
It's time to get your Rumpus on!
Over 80 community music students of all ages will go wild at the Wild Things Music Spring Rumpus on May 17, performing songs they've learned over the last nine months of Wild Things Music classes. Featured groups include:
* Fledglings (grades K - 3) | a flock of very young musicians will perform songs by Hank Williams, Irving Berlin, and even a version of "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
* Missoula Coyote Choir (grades 3 - 5) | the Coyotes will showcase their original song about Missoula's water cycle "Waterology," as well as a rap about owls and a host of other Earth-loving tunes, including selections from their award-winning album, Ask the Planet
* Wolf Pack (grades 6 - 8) | young teen rockers share their renditions of songs by GOTYE, Pink, Paramore, Bright Eyes, the Lumineers and more
* F.R.O.G.S. - Federation for the Renewal Of Group Singing (adults) | adults break out of their shells and leap into the pond, performing songs by Joni Mitchell, John Mayer, and Soft Cell (yep, "Tainted Love")
All of these groups are led by songwriter/director Amy Martin, and will be backed up by a Rumpus Band, led by local musician and Wild Things Music assistant teacher Josh Farmer.
Audience members will also be encouraged to participate in the fun and go a little wild -- in short, no one will leave the theater un-Rumpused!
Proceeds from every ticket you buy support the Wild Things Music scholarship fund. You can also make a tax-deductible donation to the Wild Things Music scholarship fund by clicking here. Thank you!
Amy Martin : P.O. Box 9394 : Missoula, MT 59807 : (406) 546-3164 : rattlesnakecreek at gmail dot com