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Salmon Bay School to present “The Phantom Tollbooth” tonight

Posted by Danielle Anthony-Goodwin on March 27th, 2014

Salmon Bay School is excited to present their K-4 play “The Phantom Tollbooth” this week. Performances will be held this evening, March 27, and tomorrw evening, March 28, at 7 p.m.

“The Phantom Tollbooth” will take audience members on a journey through the life of adventurous little boy called Milo. Join him on his adventure through a magical tollbooth, journey to distant lands, meet talking dogs who can fly, wacky doctors, bees that spell, tricky demons, princesses, the world’s sleepiest population – the Lethargians, a not-so-humble Humbug and many more!

All performances are free of charge to and will be held in the Salmon Bay auditorium. Donations can be made in support of the Salmon Bay drama department.

Seating is first come first served and there is plenty of room, however chairs are limited, so please consider bringing your own. The house opens thirty minutes prior to show-time.

Plan to arrive early, grab a seat, and enjoy a delicious treat from our concessions table before you take off on a fun ride through the Doldrums, Expectations, the Land of Ignorance, Digitopolis, and Dictionopolis!

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