Set your imagination free with this year’s production of “NARNIA!,” a musical play performance adapted from C.S. Lewis’ book “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe,” presented by the students of The Garden Schools of New Castle and Carbondale.
This 12th annual Garden School production is a sure delight for the whole family. Join us on a magical journey to the land of Narnia just on the other side of the Wardrobe where Aslan and the creatures of Narnia along with the Kings and Queens of Adam battle with the White Witch and her cruel army for the redemption of their land and its inhabitants.
The Garden Schools of New Castle and Carbondale have been helping to classically train home schooled students from Parachute to Carbondale and beyond since 1997. Be sure not to miss this year’s performance utilizing nearly 100 children from kindergarten through high school. As part of their home and Garden School curriculum these children have been studying music, theater and dance and rehearsing for months in preparation for this extraordinary performance.
Come meet High King Peter, King Edmund, Queen Susan and Queen Lucy and all their subjects in “NARNIA!” on Friday, Feb. 19, and Saturday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m., and a Sunday matinee on Feb. 21, 2010 at 2 p.m. Glenwood Springs High School, Jeanie Miller Theatre, 1521 Blake Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO. Tickets are $10 adults, $8 children, seniors and military, $36 family at the door or in advance by contacting the Garden School at 970-984-0604 or via e-mail at email@example.com
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