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April, 2022 - Issue #209
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Live theater performances are back - and that fact alone deserves a standing ovation. Here's what deserves an encore.

March & April are Exciting Months for Theater at The Canyon Theatre Guild
Don't miss these two family-friendly shows.
"Little Women: the Broadway Musical" is a wonderful, uplifting story based on the classic by Louisa May Alcott. This adaptation is beautiful, lighthearted and moving in a way like no other. Co-Director Jennifer Teague said, "It is amazing how relevant this show is to the issues of today - and the music is amazing."
"The Lilies of the Field" is a warm, funny story about a friendship that crosses social barriers. This production is dedicated to the Oscar-winning actor Sydney Poitier,who starred in the movie by the same name. Director Felicia Tamika Sheppard said, "We feel honored to present this classic play featuring a stellar cast portraying two unique cultures brought together on common ground through faith."
Log on for more details, dates and tickets.
The Canyon Theatre Guild canyontheatre.org

Who doesn't Love a Cinderella Story?
This spring, The Master's University Theatre Arts presents "Daddy Long Legs" - and you're going to love it!
Based on the treasured 1912 novel by Jean Webster, experience this rags-to-riches tale about a witty and winsome young woman and her mysterious benefactor.
This special arrangement through Music Theatre International (MTI) features music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated composer/lyricist Paul Gordon ("Jane Eyre") and Tony-winning librettist/director John Caird ("Les Miserables").
Experience a limited-capacity live show March 25 through April 2 at TMU's Newhall campus or opt for on-demand streaming available April 8 through April 16.
As its mission, TMU Theatre Arts instills students with a biblical philosophy of the performing arts while giving them experience in the crafts of acting and production. The program is housed in the communication department and is open to students from any major. TMU Theatre Arts puts on two productions a year and you can always find information about upcoming performances - as well as tickets - online.
masters.edu/theatre
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