Here is the “SCOOP” from Noah’s Soda Shoppe… The production has been rescheduled to Friday, May 10, 2024 at 7:00 PM with rehearsals beginning in April 2024. Please mark your calendars! All kids, ages 7-13 are invited to participate! There will be several speaking parts available and lots of kids are needed to act as the animals in the ark–no speaking, just sing and have fun! For more information or to sign up please email Craig Ramberger, Director of Music Ministries (email@example.com) or call the church office at 941-778-0414.
Roser Youth Performing Arts will present this musical written by Ken Medema & Mark Cabaniss and arranged by Ruth Elaine Schram. Noah’s Soda Shoppe specializes in ice cream floats and shakes. And Noah is one righteous, cool dude in the eyes of God. But today isn’t just another day at the Shoppe. Noah has heard from God that He’s going to flood the earth and clean the land of its wicked ways… so Noah had better build a big boat. All the local citizens think Noah’s mind has floated off with his ice cream. However, the rain soon comes and everyone is scrambling to survive. It’s Noah and his family who are safe and dry (along with a pair of every living animal!) on this rockin’ zoo cruise. Join Noah, his family and The Rainbowettes (Shonda, Rhonda and Flo) as they tell the classic story of Noah in a 1950s setting – affirming that listening to God, doing His will, and trusting His promises is indeed the coolest way to live happily ever after!
Roser Church is located near the Anna Maria City Pier at 512 Pine Avenue. Bring the family and enjoy the day on beautiful Anna Maria Island. For more information call the church office at 941-778-0414, email firstname.lastname@example.org, go to roserchurch.com or find us on Facebook @roserchurch.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR…
Craig Ramberger is the current Director of Music Ministries at Roser Church, Anna Maria, FL. He earned a B.S. degree in Music Ed. with an emphasis in voice from Messiah University in Grantham, PA, and a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from the Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, CO.
He is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, the National Music Honor Society; and is also a board member with the Sarasota-Manatee Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and is a member of the Handbell Musicians of America and the Choristers Guild.
While demonstrating an extensive successful high school vocal and choral teaching career, spanning 35 years in Colorado and Texas, Craig is also highly skilled and trained in drama directing, teaching and acting, frequently enrolling in high school and college level theatre courses, and participating in and directing community theatre, opera, and professional musical groups.
Craig has also spent over 40 years teaching, adjudicating and directing children’s youth and theatre groups, high school musicals and dramas, vocal studies, church musicals and cantatas, handbell ensembles, orchestras, bands, variety shows, and adult community choruses.
His high school groups consistently received Division I Superior ratings and Best in Class awards in Colorado and Texas, and Craig has been listed in Who’s Who Among America’s High School Teachers, National Honor Roll’s Outstanding American Teachers, and the Biltmore Who’s Who.
On Friday, May 12, 2023 the Roser Youth Performing Arts presented the Musical Martin and the Doors, a musical by John Parker and Joseph Martin. Watch…