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Event Category: ArtsEvent Tags: Summer Camp

    Conceived and Written by Jim Caron
    Music by Michael McGill
    Original Staging by Jim Caron
    Arranged by Michael McGill
    The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, an original adaptation of the classic children’s story. What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. With a little help from P.T. Wonder and a Giant, Jack learns a valuable lesson about true happiness. This musical production also features a host of other characters, including the Elegant Harp, Jill, Mother, Milky White, the Farmers, the Merchants, the Circus Performers and the Wonder Beans.
    Missoula has been a constant here at the Emelin for more than a generation. The program offers kids a guaranteed role in the production — no advance preparation is necessary; enthusiasm and a smile are the most important qualifications — the chance to perform on a professional stage, and a week full of thrilling, educational, and empowering fun
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  • Description:
    MON, AUG 14 - SAT, AUG 19, 2017
    $165 for ages 6 & 7 and $195 for ages 8+
    Summer Acting Camp: Mon-Fri, Aug 14-18, 2017
    Performance: Sat, Aug 19, 2017 @ 11am - All Tickets $13
    To register: Call Susan Flink @ 914.698.3045 x200

    Rehearsals are Monday-Friday 10AM-2:30PM.
    Please note: Schedule (days and times) varies by age.
    Please contact susan.flink@emelin.org or call 914.698.3045 x200 to register or get more information.

    About Missoula Children's Theatre Acting Camp

    The primary goal of MCT – indeed, the organization’s mission – is the development of lifeskills in children through participation in the performing arts. Within each MCT cast, girls and boys are equal; the disabled become able; the shy experiment with bravery; the slow are rehearsed to perfection; and the gifted become part of the whole. The lesson they learn is that all of them are necessary for the show to go on. Few arenas exist where responsibility is taught and learned so clearly. MCT provides a unique opportunity to learn the lessons of group dynamics while excelling as an individual – a lesson from art that carries into life. MCT strives to use participation in the performing arts as a vehicle to develop lifeskills including social skills, communication skills, self-discipline, a strong work ethic, an understanding of the team concept and self-esteem.