Jesters Theatre present The Emperor’s New Clothes

Providing affordable theatre programs to Grades 3-12 students in Mission

Youngsters in a recent Summer Theatre program offered for Grades 3-6. This program included a student leader training program for Grades 7-12.

Youth Unlimited has received a $500 grant from the Glen Kask Fund in support of the costuming department at Jesters Theatre.

Jesters Theatre is entering its fourth year of providing affordable theatre programs to Grades 3-12 students in Mission.  Throughout the course of the year, Jesters Theatre will involve students in plays, classes, writing club, camps, fairs and leadership programs.

The Mission Foundation has supported costuming for 30 student actors at the fall show, “The Emperor’s New Clothes” on Nov 27, 28 and 29.

For more information about Jesters Theatre check  www.jesters.ca – “a safe place to love theatre.”

 

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