Harwich Junior Theatre announces another family-friendly summer season

Five family-friendly shows coming up in 2011

Summer classes for kids too!

Harwich Junior Theatre (HJT) has announced an exciting 2011 summer season featuring five family-friendly shows and two sessions of summer classes at the popular West Harwich theater.

2011 SEASON

- Cinderella, June 24-July 17
- The Jungle Book, July 21-August 7
- Tom Sawyer, August 11-August 28
- Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse, July 26-August 25
Always...Patsy Cline, July 8-September 4

The Cape's premier family theater will stage a series of classics, starting on June 24th with Cinderella, a musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Next up in July, Kipling's The Jungle Book, followed by Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer.

In a break from the classics, HJT is presenting Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse in July and August--the tale of a little mouse with a big imagination. 

Rounding out the summer performance, HJT will once again present Always...Patsy Cline--back by popular demand.

If your kids are more interested in either being on or behind the stage, HJT is offering their very popular summer classes for all ages. There are two sessions, June 27-July 21 and July 25-August 18.  Classes include Creative Drama, Technical Theatre, Broadway Kids, Basic Acting, Comedy Improv and much more. Click here for a complete list of classes, costs and information on registering.

For tickets to any of HJT's upcoming shows, call the box office at 508-432-2002 or purchase tickets online.

The Harwich Junior Theatre is at 105 Division Street in West Harwich.

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