Davenport’s Junior Theater is keeping busy over this December

December 10, 2011 by  

This December, the Junior Theater will be doing its part to keep residents entertained.

With doors opening at 6 p.m. on the second Friday of every month, Davenport residents can go to Junior Theater for “Family Movie Night”. Although the program officially began in September, it’s good to see that this weekly event is still going strong several months later. For those who are a little bit strapped for cash, the tickets are set to a very reasonable $2.50 to those who register early and $4.00 for individuals who decide to pay at the door.

These prices cover drinks and pizza while popcorn is also sold during the film. Individuals who prefer knowing what they’re signing up for will likely able to peruse some of the poster printing and flyers around the premises. Hosted with the complete backing of the Davenport Parks and Recreation Department, the PG-rated film showing on December 9th is going to be The Polar Express.

The day after the movie, Junior Theater students will be dazzling audiences with the 30 Hour Play Festival. With performances taking place at 2:00 p.m. and then 4:00 p.m. on the 11th, the rules of this play are not what play-goers are accustomed to.

As the site claims: “…Junior Theatre students will only have 30 hours to prepare a Holiday Classic story! Students will arrive the night before, prepare a full production in only 30-hours, and then perform for you! Local professionals will help guide the students to success. Come see how the holiday project turns out!”