MCC Children’s Theater presents: The Beast of Tamarack Castle

Many people may have great memories from the 70s and 80s of gathering together with their friends, organizing character sheets, donning homemade costumes, and rolling the dice in a many-hours game of Dungeons & Dragons.  For the second year in a row, the MCC Children’s Theater is presenting an all-youth production in the MCC Auditorium.  This year’s play is called The Beast of Tamarack Castle, a fun-filled adventure piece about a couple of groups of kids engaging in their favorite pastime, Dungeons & Dragons.

Since the beginning of January, twenty-seven area youth have been diligently rehearsing in preparation for their upcoming performance.  The children, in grades second to sixth, are under the direction of Joanna Vogel and Alexandria Sommers, both of whom directed last year’s production.  A couple of students from the high school drama department are also lending their time to assist in the production:  Brayton Beerman will be running sound, and Sam Larson will be on the lights.

The show will be presented in two parts, separated by an intermission, and will be free to the public.  Theater-goers will be treated to refreshments from the MCC Culture Club during the intermission.

The Beast of Tamarack Castle will be presented at the MCC Auditorium on Friday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m., and Saturday, March 7 at 2:00 p.m.  The show is free, and the young players would enjoy your support.

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