Theater Adventure’s “Flights of Fancy”
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Dress rehearsal
Dress rehearsal
BRATTLEBORO- Theater Adventure actors with and without disabilities create brave and vibrant theater. With innovative artistic vision, Theater Adventure actors inspire awakened views from their audiences.

“Flights of Fancy” is a story about standing up for what you believe in and the power of self-expression. The town of Bravo is famous for its dancing mayor and theatrical townspeople. However, dramatic endeavors in Bravo are threatened by the villainous King Henry VIII and Cleopatra as well as Julius Caesar and Calpurnia, the rulers of the neighboring Kingdom of Killjoy. Will the villains win out and banish all singing, dancing, and acting from Bravo? What will happen to the prince and princess from the Kingdom of Killjoy who run away to Bravo? Will the southern gal with attitude succeed in helping Bravo stay true to its fame? Could the trick of the elf help save the day?

All tickets $10. The performances will be Thursday, April 24, at 10:30 am, and Friday, April 25, at 7 pm, at the West Village Meeting House, 29 South Street.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at or at the New England Youth Theater box office in person, or by phone (802) 246-6398, from 12 to 5 pm only on Wednesdays. The New England Youth Theater is located on 100 Flat Street.

For more information email or call (802) 246-6398.
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