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SHOW DATES:

Friday, May 18th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, May 19th @ 7:30pm*

Sunday, May 20th @ 3:00pm

Friday, May 24th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, May 25th @ 7:30pm

Sunday, May 26th @ 3:00pm

*Pay What You Can Night (minimum $1 per ticket; general admission, tickets sold at the door)

Both Saturday shows will feature a preshow of the student led "Baguette it Again!" beginning at 7:00pm!

This show is suggested for ages 13+. This show is contains adult language & situations, drinking, smoking, and sexual content.

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SUMMER CAMP SHOWS:

Finding Nemo, KIDS

Friday, June 15th @ 6:00pm

Saturday, June 16th @ 6:00pm

Finding Nemo, KIDS is presented by the K-5th Grade summer drama camp and runs approximately 30-45 minutes.

The Little Mermaid, JR

Friday, June 29th @ 6:00pm

Saturday, June 30th @ 6:00pm

The Little Mermaid, JR is presented by the 6-12th Grade summer drama camp and runs approximately 45-60 minutes.

Both shows are rated G and are family friendly.

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SHOW DATES:

Friday, July 19th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, July 20th @ 7:30pm*

Sunday, July 21st @ 3:00pm

Friday, July 26th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, July 27th@ 7:30pm

Sunday, July 28th @ 3:00pm

*Pay What You Can Night (minimum $1 per ticket; general admission, tickets sold at the door)

This show is suggested for ages 10+. This show is contains adult language & situations, some references to drugs, alcohol, and violence. 

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AUDITION DATES:

 

Thursday, August 1st from 6-8pm

Friday, August 2nd from 6-8pm

You should only come to one night of auditions, please do not sign up for multiple slots.

This show is rated G and is a children's/family friendly musical.

"Music blows lyrics up very quickly, and suddenly they become more than art. They become pompous and they become self-conscious ... I firmly believe that lyrics have to breathe and give the audience's ear a chance to understand what's going on. Particularly in the theater, where you not only have the music, but you've got costume, story, acting, orchestra. There's a lot to take in."

Stephen Sondheim 

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