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Warren Tech Presents, Acceptance, A Musical Review

Warren Tech students will present, Acceptance, A Musical Review on April, 19th – 22nd in the John B. LaPorta Theater. Acceptance is a show about individuality through friendship and love. It is tough to be unique in a world where we are all being criticized. When we understand that being who we are is okay, that's when more and more people will start not only accepting us, but other people as well. Throughout this production, you will see how those who doubt, and are doubted, learn to love one another and accept their differences.

Show Times:

Thursday, April 19th – 7:30 pm
Friday, April 20th – 7:30 pm
Saturday, April 21st – 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 22nd – 2pm


Tickets are available at the door and by reservation. To reserve tickets, email farbers@wctech.org . Reserved tickets will be available to pick up at the door. Pre-payment is not necessary.

$10 adults
$7 Non- WC Tech students (with ID)
$5 children (ages 5-12), seniors, and WC Tech students (with ID)
Free for Children under the age of 5

In a place where everyone is so similar and told to embrace the cookie cutter image, it is difficult for those who are different to fit in and be accepted. Others can make us feel as though we do not matter; they can banish us, ignore our existence, and make us feel unloved. They may make us feel this way, yet this does not define us. We all know that we have the potential to do whatever we want. We all want to be loved and accepted exactly as we are. Eventually we will find that one person that won’t want to let go, they will need you, and they will always be there for you. For no one is truly alone in this world and we all have to stick together. Although sometimes we just need to let go, put our past behind us, and move on. We need to accept our differences and but behind those who told us to hold ourselves back from our full potential. To accept the world and others as they are. To accept that others may not accept us for who we are, yet all that matters is that we are strong and confident in ourselves.

  • By Stage Manager, Juliet Reid