Hi Theater Friends,
I'm so excited! I got to watch the final sharing for THE WIZARD OF OZ at the Seattle Public Theater.
The final sharing was like a final performance except the kids didn't have costumes, or sets, and only three props. But they did get to perform on a real stage! They were really good, too.
This is the part where everyone danced in the land of Oz. The kids did a great job learning the choreography. And, they had to sing at the same time! I bet that was hard to do.
At the end of the show they took a final bow for the audience. I was surprised to see how much they learned in only eight weeks. They did a super duper job. I bet Todd Hulet is very proud of his cast and their final sharing.
If you want to learn how to perform on stage, too, then you should ask your parents to sign you up for one of the Youth Programs at the Seattle Public Theater. That would be something fun to do in December. Here's the link: http://seattlepublictheater.org/education-programs.htm
Oh, and if you don't have enough money in your piggy bank, the theater will help you. They have something called scholarships. That's a big word for me. I better look it up in the dictionary. If you find out what it means, you can let me know.
I'm going to go read LILLY'S PURPLE PURSE.
Bye for now,