SPOTLIGHT: Children’s theater holds gourmet dinner benefit

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Keep children’s theater alive in Langley!

Lillie Walsh plays the Aviator and Jaryn LaSentia portrays the Little Prince in the  Whidbey Children's Theater production of "The Little Prince." It opens Friday, April 26. (Photo courtesy of WCT)

Lillie Walsh plays the Aviator and Jaryn LaSentia portrays the Little Prince in the Whidbey Children’s Theater production of “The Little Prince.”  (Photo courtesy of WCT)

The community is invited to attend “There’s No Place Like Home,” Whidbey Children’s Theater’s Second Annual Benefit to support a vibrant youth theater.

The gourmet dinner by cultivar and Chef Vincent includes an “entertaining, fun-filled, magical auction” and will be held at the historic Bayview Hall at Bayview Corner, from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 18.

Whidbey Children’s Theater has been “A Home Away from Home” for thousands of kids, ages 4 to 18 for more than 30 years. The benefit will allow WCT to reach more children through innovative and collaborative theater programs. Since its founding, the organization has provided dynamic theater programming focused on giving youth a safe and supportive place to develop their creative voice, express themselves and build self-esteem, confidence and identity.

Seats can be reserved by calling 221-8707. The cost is $75 per person and seating is limited.

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