THEATRE FOR YOUNG AMERICA PRESENTS
CLICK, CLACK, BOO: A TRICKY TREAT!
Kansas City, MO (October 7th, 2017) Theatre for Young America presents CLICK, CLACK, BOO: A TRICKY TREAT! at Union Station City Stage. This show runs October 17th to November 11th, 2017. The cast includes Colin Fewell, Kyra Weinberger, Amy Hurrelbrink, Chelsea Anglemyer, and Stefanie Stevens. Directed by TYA Artistic Director Valerie Mackey, this musical is stage-managed by Xanda Pilley.
Kansas City premier of a brand-new musical based on Doreen Cronin’s latest book in the wildly popular series that began with Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type (performed by TYA last season). It’s Halloween time at Farmer Brown’s farm and the literate farm animals want an old-fashioned Holiday Celebration. One problem: Farmer Brown does not like scary things—no haunted house or creepy ghosts for him. But the clever, well-read cows, poultry and pigs create a party more fun than fright with apple bobbing, costume parades and hilarious musical performances.
Curriculum Connections: Musical theatre adaptation of award-winning literature, farm life, personification of animals, holiday customs, humor.
Performances take place on the H&R Block City Stage, located on level B in Union Station. Union Station is located at 30 W. Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO.
Season, single, or group rate tickets may be reserved by calling Theatre for Young America at 816.460.2083. Group and single tickets may also be purchased from Union Station at 816.460.2020 or reserved online at www.unionstation.org. The single ticket price is $11.00. Groups of 15 or more are $5.50 per person with a reservation. For information about our season or other programming visit our website at www.tya.org.
Theatre for Young America is a professional theater company, which primarily employs local actors,
many of whom are members of Actors Equity Association.
Theatre for Young America, Inc., is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) corporation. Gifts are tax deductible.
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