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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/8 4:02:54 (164 reads) News by the same author

Children have the opportunity to audition, rehearse and perform next week in a play at Gallatin.
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“Blackbeard the Pirate” will be produced by the Missoula Children's Theatre with performances sponsored by the Gallatin Theatre League.

Children ages six through 15 are eligible to audition for a part next Monday,July 14th at 10 o'clock that morning. Rehearsals will be held Monday through Friday. The public performances are at 7 o'clock the nights of July 18th and 19th.
All activities will be in the Courter Theater in Gallatin.

Tickets cost five dollars apiece to attend the performances. Tickets can be obtained at Courter Theatre Tuesday July 15th through Friday July 18th from 10 until 2 o'clock. Any remaining tickets will be offered prior to the performances.

Two youth improvisational workshops are scheduled next week. One is on July 16th at 6:30 in the evening for persons 14 to 20. The other is the following afternoon, on July 17th at 2:45, for youth ages nine to 13. The workshops are free
of charge and will be held at Courter Theatre in Gallatin.

Part of the funding for “Blackbeard the Pirate” is provided by grants to the Gallatin Theatre League from the Missouri Arts Council—a state agency
and the Davis-Aulgur Family Foundation in Gallatin.

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