Into the Woods Jr. coming to the Clarke Theatre

First performance for fine arts school

Creative Edge School of Arts presents Into The Woods.

A family-friendly version of a popular Broadway musical, Into the Woods Jr., will be hitting the Clarke Theatre later this month.

The epic fairy tale will showcase the talents of 17 Creative Edge School of Arts students and feature professional quality sets, costumes, lighting, special effects, and an enchanting musical score.

The production is the school’s first ever public performance.

Come see all your favourite fairy tale characters like Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel.

Two shows are being offered on Friday, May 22. A school preview will take place at 11 a.m. and a public performance will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets to the evening performance are $10/child or $15/adult and can be purchased at Creative Edge School of Arts at 300-3033 Immel St. in Abbotsford.

School groups receive a special rate of $3 per ticket for the 11 a.m. preview. Teachers interested in group tickets are asked to call 604-855-EDGE, or email creativeedge@live.ca.

A portion of proceeds from the show will benefit Breakfast for Learning. Learn more at breakfastforlearning.com.

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