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Youth group The Storytellers will perform "Robin Hood"

They have two performances of "Robin Hood" coming up
Posted at 3:15 PM, Nov 22, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-22 17:15:44-05

The youth group called The Storytellers in Great Falls has been planning and producing plays for the last two years.

They have two performances of "Robin Hood" coming up on Friday, November 22, at 7pm, and on Saturday, November 23, at 2pm. Friday night's performance will include a sign language interpreter.

Performers will take the stage at Foothills Community Christian School, located at 2210 4th Avenue North.

They have performers from ages 3-19 and are covering all aspects of this production including actors, stage hands, directors, makeup and costume design. They have worked hard to make this and event to remember.

Storyteller owner Keely Ronish says it’s a fun way to get kids involved in the community and the arts.

“(It is) going to get other kids in community interested in theatre, get them away from electronics devices, and have them use (their) imagination to watch the show with.”

You can buy tickets at the door or at Children’s Museum of Montana , Paris Gibson Square , Big Horn Outfitters and online at

According to their program the production being performed was written by Roni Lee and Abigail Burch.