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October 30, 2012 > Theatre Preview: Children's Repertory Theatre presents "The Monster Hunters"

Theatre Preview: Children's Repertory Theatre presents "The Monster Hunters"

Submitted By Irene Jordahl

The fall 2012 Children's Repertory Theatre Company performs Joshua Mikel's play, "The Monster Hunters" at the Niles Veterans Memorial Building on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3.

It's a typical afternoon in Bumblewood when the weekly meeting of The Monster, Ghost, Goblin, Demon, Dragon, Evil-Wizard Hunters Club (whose members have never caught, seen, or even tried to hunt a monster) is interrupted by a troublesome announcement: a real-live monster has been sighted in a nearby cemetery. The mismatched friends anxiously set out on their first hunt ever, only to find that they have been duped by the Secret Society of Girls Who Like to Make Bracelets Club. In the end, though, it is The Monster Hunters who will have the last laugh.

Come watch Fremont Recreation's child actors perform under the direction of Caitlin Dissinger, Chantalle Noelck, and Laura Ramie.

Tickets are $5. To purchase go to www.RegeRec.com; for the Friday, November 2 performance enter barcode #179726, for Saturday, November 3 enter barcode #179727. Doors open half an hour before show time. These shows are for ages five and up (children must be able to sit through performances; babies and children under age five discouraged). For more information, call (510) 494-4300, ext. 1 or e-mail RegeRec@fremont.gov.

The Monster Hunters
Friday, Nov 2 and Saturday, Nov 3
7 p.m.
Niles Veterans Memorial Building
37154 Second Street, Fremont
(510) 494-4300, ext. 1
RegeRec@fremont.gov
Tickets: $5

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