Students from various schools in the Rochester City School District will have an opportunity to show off their acting and musical skills two nights in a row. On Friday and Saturday, Disney's
Frozen Jr. will be performed with students in grades 4 through 9.
This January marks the third year that students across the District have been combining talents on a school play or musical. Staff from RISE Community School, The Children's School of Rochester No. 15, Francis Parker School No. 23, and East Upper School
have worked together many weeks to coordinate practices, choreography, costume, and set designs.
Frozen Jr. is presented through special arrangements with Music Theatre International. All authorized materials are supplied by Music Theatre International.
Students in older grades are helping to direct and guide students performing in the shows along with teachers throughout the District.
ROC City Players is open to all Rochester City School District students in grades four through twelve. For more information about the ROC City Players, please
to visit the website.