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FMCT announces 2009-10 youth programming

The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre has expanded its youth programming with the introduction of the Children's Studio Theatre programming. Also, Tin Roof Theatre and Musical Theatre Fargo-Moorhead will be performing their seasons on FMCT's stage...

The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre has expanded its youth programming with the introduction of the Children's Studio Theatre programming.

Also, Tin Roof Theatre and Musical Theatre Fargo-Moorhead will be performing their seasons on FMCT's stage.

The 2009-10 line-up includes:

  • FMCT, “The Foreigner,” Sept. 25 through Oct. 4
  • Tin Roof Theatre, “Driving Miss Daisy,” Oct. 8-11
  • Children’s Studio Theatre, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” Oct. 16-25
  • Musical Theatre Fargo-Moorhead, “A Year With Frog and Toad,” Oct. 29 through Nov. 1
  • FMCT, “A Christmas Carol,” Dec. 11-20
  • Children’s Studio Theatre, “A New Year’s Eve Musical Review,” Dec. 31 and Jan. 1
  • Tin Roof Theatre, “Laura,” Jan. 14-17
  • Children’s Studio Theatre, “Disney’s  Mulan Jr.,” Feb. 5-14
  • Children’s Studio Theatre Touring Co., “The Wizard of Oz,” Feb. 25-28
  • Children’s Studio Theatre Touring Co., “Romeo & Juliet,” February
  • Musical Theatre Fargo-Moorhead, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” March 4-7
  • Tin Roof Theatre, “The Boys Next Door,” March 11-14 and March 19-21
  • FMCT, “Steel Magnolias,” April 16-25
  • FMCT’s Silver Follies, “Red, Hot and Cole: A Musical Review of Cole Porter,” May 13-16
  • Children’s Studio Theatre music and dance recital, May 21-23.

FMCT is adding new online box-office software to improve access and convenience for patrons. Ticket sales and season memberships will be available soon. There are also open dates available in the calendar for interested organizations.
For more information about tickets, memberships or open calendar dates, visit www.fmct.org or call (701) 235-6778.

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