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‘Story Time Live’ performances set

Published: Thursday, May 9, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST

Children can see storytime come alive with five, fun short stories about caring, sharing, responsibility and telling the truth. A creative group of local Indian Valley Theatre actors have brought together original stories, fun costumes and inventive props to entertain, teach and make everyone smile.

“Story Time Live” will tell children about a little boy that was always late, introduce them to a little duck that helps a child appreciate his family, teach them about a proud lion that needs a little help from a mouse, tell them about a man named Mr. Hatch who learns the value of friends, and finally introduce them to a pet dragon that teaches someone how to care.

“Story Time Live” will be performed at the Sandwich Park District, 1001 N. Latham St., Sandwich, for two shows only; May 18 and 19. Showtime for both shows is 2 p.m. Each show is followed by a treat and drink for the kids.

Tickets cost $2.50 for all ages and are available only at the door. Performances are suited for children up to age 12 and last approximately one hour. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult.

For more information, send email to indianvalleytheatre@gmail.com or call 815-793-2310.

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