Nelson’s Capitol Theatre presents Kathryn Popham

This Sunday April 1 at 2 p.m. The Capitol Kids Series Presents The Wizard of Oz as read by acclaimed Storyteller Kathryn Popham.

The Wizard of Oz comes to life on stage at The Capitol Theatre this weekend.

This Sunday April 1 at 2 p.m. The Capitol Kids Series Presents The Wizard of Oz as read by acclaimed Storyteller Kathryn Popham.

This ground-breaking presentation features children from your community playing the roles of Dorothy, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow, aswell as many Flying Monkeys and Munchkins. With a one-hour rehearsal, and a new set of participants for each performance, the children are let in on the secret that will make them look like they’ve been practicing for weeks!

This play is an excellent choice for audiences with a wide age range, it is universally appropriate and relevant and incorporates many element of theatrical entertainment into one production. It makes for a memorable occasion for all participants and a remarkable entertainment for the audience.

If you would like to have your kids participate please email capitoltheatre@netidea.com. Tickets for this performance are $12.50 and are available online at capitoltheatre.bc.ca or by calling 250.352.6363.

Coming up in the Capitol Theatre Series:

-Friday, April 13: Bob Wiseman;

-Sunday, April 22: Monster Theatre Mini Masterpieces;

-Saturday, April 28: Comedian Erica Sigurdson

 

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