The cast of the 2012 production of The Wizard of Oz. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Alliance Children's Theatre Guild

For over 40 years the Alliance Children's Theatre Guild has been active with the Alliance Theatre's Youth & Families Series. Members assist with ushering for school groups at the Theatre for Youth & Families Series student matinees, hostessing the Theatre For the Very Young performances, work with community education, fundraising, and hosting company meals. We have three general meetings to meet others with an interest in Theatre for Youth & Families and to learn more about the Alliance's activities.

Dues are $25. To join or for more information e-mail allianceinfo@alliancetheatre.org and include your name, address, telephone number and email.

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