Letter — ‘Hansel and Gretel’ program worked
On Nov. 23, 58 local children participated in the Missoula Children’s Theater production of “Hansel and Gretel.” This very special program was sponsored by Tahoe Arts Project.
I would like to thank Sierra House School and South Tahoe Middle School for the use of their multipurpose rooms. Thank you to the Boys and Girls Club for rearranging their schedule to accommodate us for our rehearsal. Thanks to the Best Western Timbercove Lodge for providing rooms for the Missoula Children’s Theater actors. We are so grateful for the publicity we received from the Tahoe Daily Tribune, KRLT/KOWL and Resort Sports Network. Several members of Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe volunteered their time to help at the two performances. Thank you ladies, we truly appreciate your help.
Thank you Doug Midkiff of Twisted Productions for video taping the production for us. Thank you to the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce, The Party House, Sierra Bookshop and Meyers Elementary School for selling tickets. All the children who were in the play did a wonderful job. I appreciate all the time you and your parents put in to make the play a success. Thanks to all of you who supported Tahoe Arts Project by attending the play. Our next Missoula Children’s Theater production will be the week of June 23-28. Mark your calendars.
Tahoe Arts Project is a nonprofit organization that brings professional performing arts into our local schools and community. If you would like to help Tahoe Arts Project continue to bring these wonderful programs to Tahoe, please call (530) 542-3632.
Peggy Aguilar-Thompson, executive director
Tahoe Arts Project
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