Whidbey Children’s Theater hosts will open up to the public this Saturday

Posted in Community News, Theater and Dance

Oct. 7, 2015

There’s something about the stage, the art, the craft….

FIND OUT.

This Saturday, Oct. 10, Whidbey Children’s Theater opens its doors free to the public for an exploration of their programs, classes, and volunteer opportunities from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at 723 Camano Avenue (between the Langley Middle School and WICA) in Langley.

WCT offers training for youth from ages four to 18 that includes productions and classes specific to teens, middle schoolers, and elementary kids as well as our “Little Players” (ages four to six) and “Creative Dramatics” (ages seven to 10) programs.

There will be activities (Hello, Scavenger Hunt!), a chance to put on a costume, feel the stage lights on your face, see the tech booth and more. Learn about the theater’s upcoming offerings, take a tour of the backstage, see where the magic happens and find out how to get involved!

Adults are invited, too! WCT is always on the lookout for collaborators—teachers, volunteers and production team members, designers, directors, builders, artists—come on down, see what we’re about and talk with us!

Whidbey Children’s Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization providing training for youth in the performing arts for over 30 years. Contact us at www.wctmagic.org or call 360-221-8707.

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