2023 Missoula Children's Theatre: King Arthur's Quest
Missoula Children's Theatre, "King Arthur's Quest,"
The Missoula Children's Theatre's live stage performance of "King Arthur's Quest" is coming to Red Bluff and children are the stars! The familiar little red truck will roll into town with two talented Actor/Directors and will be carrying all the costumes and stage sets necessary to put on the show.
MCT productions are adaptations of original classical children's stories and fairytales, with a twist on the familiar and loved tales, sparking the imagination and creativity of children through theater participation.
AUDITIONS: North State Children, grades K-12, open auditions for the 50-60 acting roles on Monday, March 6th, 3:30-5:30 pm at the Vista Preparatory Academy, 1770 South Jackson Street, Red Bluff.
PERFORMANCES: Saturday, March 11, 3 pm and 7 pm, State Theatre, 333 Oak Street, Red Bluff. Audiences are always amazed by how the young performers get ready and into character for their roles so quickly.
TICKETS: Box Office on Saturday March 11, prior to performance; Adults, $10; Students, $8; Children, $5. "Ticket prices will remain the same as they were in 2014, as a gesture of kindness and awareness," said Lisa De Fonte, Chairman of the Tehama County Arts Council. For information: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (530) Art-Joy1
Since 2001, the TCAC has sponsored an annual theater production led by the Missoula Children’s Theatre, Inc. (MCT). The week-long experience offers Tehama County children in grades K-12 the chance to audition for, rehearse and perform in a full-scale musical. In addition, the MCT actor-directors present workshops in area schools, potentially reaching more than 500 children during that one week.
TCAC has partnered with the State Theatre for the Performing Arts for several years on the production costs, which can exceed $7,000. Local and corporate sponsors help defray costs. Participation is free for all students; tickets are offered at reduced pricing or free to the performers’ families.