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Rock Legends FRO Playing at Renton Theater May 13!

FRO is an internationally famous rock band that voted best band ever by Rolling Stone Magazine in 1969. Sporting huge, flowing golden rock star hair and leather pants, FRO delivers a unique blend of original songs, including triple platinum hits Love Salad, Twister Party and Spackle, along with classic cover songs including iconic hits Whole Lotta Love, Sweet Emotion and Born to be Wild.

Their two–hour show is complete with smoke machines, strobe lights and extreme rock show light action that will make you tingle. The show will make you laugh, cry and wish you were a FRO groupie so you could share your life with bad boy lead singer Luther X (Mike Savage of Lindbergh High), sexy lead guitarist Ranch (John Moodie of Renton High), mysterious bass player Jobal (Scott Mallory of Lindbergh High) and wholesome Sweet Baby (Dave Helber of Everett High).

The band's storied career was abruptly cut short when excessive rock star behavior seized control of their lives and made partying the sole reason for living. The band got back together after enduring an amazing midlife crises, as the members were transformed by Zen–like experiences, and visualizing world peace and FRO world domination.

Since the band is from Renton and met at the Renton Loop, it is unveiling its incredible new songs and unbelievable stage show at historic Renton Theater. With the assistance of a homemade time machine crafted by Jobal, the band has transported back in time and the members are only 40ish year old. With youthful vigor and rich rock experience beyond their years, FRO is the show you would only miss if you went somewhere else very lame.

In honor of the fact FRO first met at the Renton Loop, concert goers will meet at the historic Kmart parking lot (now McClendon's Hardware) at 6:30 p.m. and will take three ceremonial laps around the loop complete with smooth pickup lines, rock star yells, and maybe even burgers and shakes from Jack in the Box. The posse will then adjourn to the Renton Theater and party like it's 1969 with libations flowing freely.

We look forward to seeing you at the "Return to Renton Loop" festivities on May 13, 2017 at 8pm. It is time to finally start living life like you want to and start by "Going with the FRO!"

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To Kill A Mockingbird

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By Harper Lee
Dramatized by Chris Sergel
Directed by Bill Huls

7 April 2017 — 22 April 2017

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Book by George Furth
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Vincent J. Orduña
Musical Direction by Paul Linnes

9 June 2017 — 24 June 2017

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