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Curtains (McKinney)

 

 

It’s the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston’s Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage the entire cast & crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical theatre fan!

  • 8 McKinney Performances May 8-17, 2015

  • Performs in McKinney at Heard Craig Hall (map/directions)
  • Recommended audience age: 10 + due to adult themes
  • Performance Duration: 2 Hours
  • Directed by Hollie Hongosh
  • Credits:
    Book by RUPERT HOLMES
    Music by JOHN KANDER
    Lyrics by FRED EBB
    Original Book and Concept by PETER STONE
    Additional Lyrics by JOHN KANDER and RUPERT HOLMES

    Originally Produced on Broadway by Roger Berlind, Roger Horchow, Daryl Roth,
    Jane Bergère, Ted Hartley and Center Theatre Group.
    American Premiere Produced at The Ahmanson Theatre by Center Theatre Group, LA’s Theatre Company.

 

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ABOUT US

Founded in 1991 by Sara Akers, Plano Children’s Theatre exists to help children ages 5 to 18 find out who they are. For more than 19 years, the theatre has been a place where kids could be the star and a place where they could gain an appreciation and love for live theatre. In 2005, McKinney Youth Theatre was founded with the same philosophy.

Mission

Plano Children’s Theatre is dedicated to developing the character of youth through quality performing arts education and family entertainment.

 

Vision

Where participation and enjoyment of the arts experience is available and desired by all.

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Thank You Plano Children's Theater and VetTix for the tickets to the Adams Family. The kid performers were awesome and my family and I had a very good time.
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So in all the craziness of the summers end, with all the excitement of back to school etc.....something amazing happened. My sweet, normally shy Colton found something that he really has a knack for, and that's acting. This kiddo who has struggled to find connections with others, could never find an activity that he really enjoyed, struggled with loneliness and not fitting in, has found a HOME! My...
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