East Valley Children’s Theatre
Presents
2020-2021 Season

Quaran-TEENS & Virtual Scenes
By Laurie Allen

Teen perspective on the pandemic

Friday October 23 at 7 pm

A live streamed show

Virtually Ever- After
By Flip Kobler  & Cindy Marcus

A fairy tale, sort of – Something just isn’t right in Fairy Tale Land

You’ll have to come and see for yourself.

Saturday November 21 at 7 pm

A virtual show

The Clumsy Princess
By JS Puller & Joel Esher
Winner of EVCT’s Playwriting Contest

 It’s hard work being a prince.  After all, you have to make sure your clothes are the latest in fashion, your teeth are shiny, and your hair is utterly perfect.  And, of course, you need to be charming.  Prince Stephan has devoted his life to being the ultimate prince.  But, of course, the one thing an ultimate prince needs most is a picture-perfect princess.  Unfortunately, Stephan’s plans for marriage quickly deteriorate when he meets Princess Tilly, a clumsy young woman who accidentally knocks him out of a window.  Stranded in his own kingdom for the first time, Stephan learns of a terrible beast plaguing his people.  The ultimate prince would defeat any such beast, so Stephan embarks on a quest with Tilly and his court jester, Felicity, to set things right again.  Of course, the beast isn’t exactly what he thought it would be…

April 8 – 18, 2021

Currently scheduled at the Mesa Arts Center

Marion and the Merry Men, a new legend of Robin Hood
By C. Lynn Johnson

 

Marion may still be a maid, but she is her own hero.  When she learns of a nefarious scheme, Marion escapes to Sherwood Forest where she meets the one and only Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men.  However, their reputation doesn’t quite meet reality and Marion must help lead them against the Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John – saving England and into a legend! The story you know and love, but with a fresh perspective the whole family will love.

 

June 17-27, 2021

Currently Scheduled at the Mesa Arts Center

For additional information contact the
EVCT Office at 480-756-3828 or info@evct.org