Youth theater updates a classic, “Jack and the Beanstalk”
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New England Youth Theatre presents “Jack and the Beanstalk, presented by the Woefully Underprepared Players.” Shows start this weekend on Friday at 7 pm, with shows also on Saturday at 2 and 7 pm.
New England Youth Theatre presents “Jack and the Beanstalk, presented by the Woefully Underprepared Players.” Shows start this weekend on Friday at 7 pm, with shows also on Saturday at 2 and 7 pm.
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BRATTLEBORO- Can producer Callie Power and her ragtag team of volunteer stagehands put on a show to save their beloved playhouse? It’ll take a village to save this community theater! Don’t miss this lively show! New England Youth Theatre presents “Jack and the Beanstalk, presented by the Woefully Underprepared Players,” an original play written by Marcel Freda and directed by Freda, Danielle Sessler, and Shannon Ward. It will be performed at 7 pm on Friday, January 19, and at 2 and 7 pm on Saturday, January 20.

What else can go wrong? No actors, no props, no set, no costumes and only five minutes until the curtain goes up! This is a hilarious re-telling of the tale of Jack and his infamous Beanstalk presented by a group of amazing young people from NEYT’s Town School Theater program,

Town School Theatre is NEYT’s free theater experience for children in grades four to six attending Brattleboro’s town elementary schools. This production is the first of two fully-produced original plays put on by Town Schools Theatre on the NEYT stage this school year, with another session beginning in the spring. Tickets for these performances are $8. Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.neyt.org or in person at the NEYT box office. The show plays at New England Youth Theatre at 100 Flat Street.
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