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Missoula Children’s Theatre presents

King Arthur’s Quest
February 27–March 4, 2023

Back by popular demand for the 18th time: the Missoula Children’s Theatre Experience!

It’s an exciting time in Camelot as the Lady of the Lake brings forth the sword in the stone, a ghost visits the castle, King Arthur must befriend a dragon, and a fearsome giant towers over the Knights of the Round Table. An original – and musical – twist on the familiar legend.

Once again, TYKEs welcomes an incredible concept in children’s theatre – a full-scale musical with sets, costumes, make-up and props, starring 60 local kids – all created within a week.

Kids can enjoy the show in two ways: by watching it – or starring in it! Budding thespians, ages five and up, rehearse Monday through Friday and perform the show that Saturday. Missoula Children’s Theatre has been touring all over the world for decades, and comes to town with everything needed to put on a play – except the cast. Children spend the week learning lines, songs and choreography for this full-length musical.

Register your young thespian (grades K–12) today!

$175 (Includes one free show ticket)

Children do not need to audition in order to participate. This program sells out quickly!

E-mail tykes@jccrochester.org or call Freyda at 585.461.2000 ext. 269 to register.

Rehearsals: February 27–March 3 from 4–8:30pm
Performances: March 4 at 1 and 3:30pm

All participating children perform in both shows.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Younger kids’ rehearsal times are shorter (typically 4–6pm), and not all children attend for the full rehearsal time. A complete rehearsal schedule according to role is provided on the first day of the program once children are assigned to their roles.

Saturday, March 4, 1pm
Saturday, March 4, 3:30pm

(Not included in subscription)

Form 990 for year-end 6/30/2021 can be obtained by emailing andreaharrington@jccrochester.org

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