Sioux Center Arts
The mission of Sioux Center Arts is to educate, enlighten, and enrich our community through the arts.
Sioux Center's Recreation and Arts Council is a proud supporter of the area arts.
Some of the programs offered by Sioux Center Arts include art classes, theatre classes, and an annual community play. Sioux Center Arts also hosts a variety of different performing arts groups throughout the year and is a proud sponsor of NISO - Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra.
For questions regarding arts programs and events, please email Kate Henreckson.
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Missoula Children’s Theater
August 3-8, 2020
Cost: $35 - K-7th Grade
Camp Dates: August 3 -8
Location: Te Paske Theater at SC High School
Time: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm, M-F
Performances: August 7 at 6:30 pm
August 8 at 2 pm
Te Paske Theater
Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT), the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre, is returning to Sioux Center! A tour team will arrive with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play...except the cast. Actors who would like to participate may sign up in advance, and on the first day MCT will hold auditions to decide which actor will get which role. Some older students may get cast as Assistant Directors. This year’s show will be The Frog Prince, and will be rehearsed throughout the week with two public performances on Friday and Saturday. This camp is open to grades K-7, but has a limited number of spaces for specific age groups.
Different students will need to be at different rehearsals, all of which will take place between the hours of 10am – 2:30pm M-F. A schedule will be handed out on Monday, after the play has been cast. Please contact Kate Henreckson at firstname.lastname@example.org for special circumstances.
The Frog Prince - Conceived and written by Michael McGill.
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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