Help needed for Grimm play

This summer Missoula Children’s Theatre will be returning  to Port Hardy with the play Hansel and Gretel. 

This summer Missoula Children’s Theatre will be returning  to Port Hardy with the play Hansel and Gretel.

Past MCT productions in Port Hardy of Cinderella and Pinocchio have given dozens of Port Hardy children the opportunity to participate in an intense week of rehearsals leading to a full musical  presented to family and friends.

But for the show to go ahead, we need a volunteer piano accompanist.

This person must be available for rehearsals and performances for about four hours a day during the week of August 7-11th.

If you think you might be willing to help out but want to have a look at the difficulty level of the music, the score is available.

This is a wonderful way use your musical talent to help bring the performing arts to our town this summer.   Contact Heather Jones, mhcljone@telus.net or 250-949-6259

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