Due to the frigid temperatures in late February, the Fort Scott High School Thespians will host their Third Annual Royal-Tea Party and Revue on March 6 at the high school auditorium.
“We began offering the Royal-Tea Party as a way for the community and especially children to interact with the princesses and princes they grew up loving from fairy tales,” Angela Bin, director, said. ” It offers an immersive theatre experience where the audience can actually talk with the characters and take pictures. Many audience members also dress in period attire and become part of the fairy tale realm.”
Performances begin at 5 and 7:30 p.m. with an immersive theatre experience to follow where audience members can interact with nearly 20 other characters and take home a goodie bag.
Tickets are $6 for children and $8 for adults.
Tickets must be purchased online in advance at fortscotthighschooltheatre.ludus.com.
Tickets may be available at the door but are not guaranteed.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, masks and social distancing are required.
All children must stay with and be accompanied by an adult as they enjoy the festivities and attendees are encouraged to join us in dressing as royalty.
Doors will open 15 minutes early.
Some of childhood’s favorite princesses and princes, queens, and kings will sing, dance, and perform for the audience.
Children may have their photos with their favorite characters and take home special crafts and treats as momentos.
The Revue includes performances by junior Jenna Stockstill; sophomores Israel Carreno, Jordyn McGhee, and Karen Primeaux; and freshmen Rex Wells, Silvia Moreno, and Cadence Tuck.
The musical is directed by FS Theatre Director Angie Bin, FS Music Director Mary Jo Harper, assistant music director Taylor Qualls, and choreographer Delynn Abati.
For more information, please see the Fort Scott High School Thespians Facebook page or contact Bin at email@example.com or 620-719-9622.