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Missoula Children's Theatre

presents The Emperor’s New Clothes
Missoula Children's Theatre

“Dress for success” is good advice that the Emperor takes whole-heartedly, wanting to impress new friends. But where to stop? When the clothes (and other people’s opinions) become more important than the people of the kingdom, trouble brews. To help their beloved Emperor find the way back to his heart, his true friends create an elaborate “birthday suit” for the Emperor to wear for his birthday parade celebration. The Emperor quickly and humbly learns that sometimes “less is more”!

AUDITION INFORMATION:
  • July 19, 2019, 4:00pm-6:30pm at The Midland Theatre
  • Registration begins at 3:00pm.
  • Some cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediately after the audition.
  • About 50 to 60 roles are available for local students.
  • 1st through 12th grade are encouraged to audition.
  • No advanced preparation is needed.
  • Most students will rehearse approximately 4 hours each day July 20-24, from 10:00am-2pm
  • Students must attend all rehearsals & performances.
  • Information and to register please, contact Doug at douga@midlandtheatre.org, 740.349.9218 x 8 or fax 740.349.7223.
IT'S SHOWTIME!

The Emperor’s New Clothes Friday, July 24, 2021 at 7pm
Tickets: TBD (plus fees)
“Dress for success” is good advice that the Emperor takes whole-heartedly, wanting to impress new friends. But where to stop? When the clothes (and other people’s opinions) become more important than the people of the kingdom, trouble brews. To help their beloved Emperor find the way back to his heart, his true friends create an elaborate “birthday suit” for the Emperor to wear for his birthday parade celebration. The Emperor quickly and humbly learns that sometimes “less is more”!