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Noon Notebook 8/4: Lubbock Community Theatre kicks off August with student production

Missoula Children's Theatre offering workshop for students Missoula Children's Theatre offering workshop for students
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Lubbock Community Theatre along with the Lubbock Arts Alliance are presenting the international touring company, Missoula Children's Theatre.

The company will be in town August 15-20 for a week-long workshop for children that ends with a full stage production.

Students in grades 1-12 will have an opportunity to work with these professionals and show off their skills at the end of the week with the musical Sleeping Beauty on August 20th. 

Auditions for students are planned from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on August 15 at the Lubbock Community Theatre.

The cost of the workshop is $200. 

For more information, click here.

Not long after Lubbock Community Theatre wraps up Sleeping Beauty, it will host a Cabaret Fundraiser on Saturday, August 27 at the Silent Wings Museum. 

The variety show will offer a romantic atmosphere that will immerse the audience in the World War II era with a USO Show, sit down dinner, big band music, and a dance floor. 

For tickets, please call 749-2416 or email robins@lubbockcommunitytheatre.org.

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