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The Frog Prince
presented by Missoula Children's Theatre

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The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT), the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre, has been touring extensively for nearly 50 years now from Montana to Japan, and will visit nearly 1,100 communities this year with up to 44 teams of Tour Actor/Directors. A tour team arrived in Franklin in their “little red truck” loaded with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play…and were joined by sixteen rising 1st - 3rd graders and 44 rising 4th-8th graders to complete the cast and crew. The show is rehearsed throughout the one week and two public performances are presented at the end of the week (2:30pm and 7pm on Friday, June 17). The week ong day camp consists of daily activities of rehearsals, theatre workshops, crafts, and related activities. For the summer of 2022, the Missoula Children's Theatre play is  The Frog Prince. 

Synopsis of The Frog Prince: Deep in the royal swamp, a lonely Frog retrieves a golden ball for Princess Prim in exchange for friendship and comfort. The spoiled princess doesn’t want to live up to her part of the bargain and puts her royal Knights on alert.  And so the trouble begins.  Luckily, Frog gets some good advice from Ollie the wise old Aspen tree, the well-read Alligator, and the kindly Swamp Things. The Ducks, a busy Fly, and dancing Flamingos also come to Frog’s assistance as the Frog’s kindly servant tirelessly tries to set things right. Even the kindly Princess Proper and spunky Princess Peppy get involved and, despite the trouble caused by the mischievous Venus Fly Traps, all ends happily.  Our hero becomes a Prince (formerly known as Frog) and realizes that friendships are made, not bought—and he discovers that it is not what you are but who you are that counts.

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