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The Missoula Children’s Theater is coming on March 16th-21st to Science Hill Independent School to cast 50-60 children ages Kindergarten through 18 years old from Pulaski County for the production of Aladdin.
The auditions will be held on March 16 at Science Hill Independent School at 4:00 pm. On March 17-20th there will be rehearsals after school at Science Hill Independent School from 3:45-8:15 PM. There are two sessions each day, one from 3:45-5:45 PM and the other from 6:15-8:15 PM. The performance of Aladdin will be Saturday, March21st.
This program is sponsored by Pulaski County 4-H and is FREE. Meals will be provided.
See Mrs. Young in the mornings before school for permission forms.
Posted by: Debbie Hill
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