Madera Theatre Project announces summer season
The Madera Theatre Project announces its inaugural summer season with three shows to be produced and performed in Madera.
The Madera Theatre Project is a partnership with Madera Unified School District and Madera County Arts Council. They will present Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” “Harvest Moon,” and “All My Sons.”
Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” opens Thursday and plays through June 25. “Harvest Moon” plays July 7-16, and “All My Sons” plays July 28–Aug. 6.
All performances will be held at Matilda Torres High School in Madera. Tickets can be purchased at the Madera Theatre Project website.
According to their mission statement, the Madera Theatre Project is “committed to inspiring the community to develop their skills, share their unique voices, and collaborate in an interactive supportive and educational environment.”
Ginger Latimer, Artistic Director for this new venture, notes, “It’s been a long time since Madera County has had community theatre, and we are delighted that this new venture will bring it back this summer.”
“We look forward to community participation from all over the Central Valley including students, young people and adults, regardless of their previous theatre skills and experiences,” said Brandon Gilles, Visual and Performing Arts Director at Madera Unified School District.
Additional information about Madera Theatre Project, including shows, performance dates and ticket purchases can be found online at www.maderaarts.org/mtp.
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About Madera Theatre Project — Madera Theatre Project is committed to inspiring the community to develop their skills, share their unique voices, and collaborate in an interactive, supportive, and educational environment.
About Madera County Arts Council — Founded in 1982, The Madera County Arts Council is a private, non-profit organization working to support and promote all arts in Madera County.
About Madera Unified School District Visual and Performing Arts Department — Through the Visual and Performing Arts Department, students and staff are given a wealth of opportunities designed to develop students in their chosen disciplines and to support the developments of MUSD staff.