The cast of Young Theatre’s Kids on Stage are gearing up for their show at the Willow Point Hall on Friday.

Kids taking the stage by storm

Should imagining be just for kids?

Should imagining be just for kids?

Is shopping with Mom a pain?

Do kids find their younger brothers and sisters bratty?

You find out the answers at Young Theatre’s Kids on Stage on Friday (one show only) at 7 p.m. at the Willow Point Hall.

The mighty cast of Eva Ullstrom, Kodie Borton, Brayden Patrick, Brandon Slade, Alice Rondquist, Kayla Millar, Kelsey Painter, Kaija Howse and Cassidy Camp are sure to entertain you with numerous scenes and monologues.

Tickets are $9 (hst included) and on sale at the Flower Shop in Willow Point, by cast members and at the door. The doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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