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Miss Nelson Is Missing!
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : COMEDY CHILDREN MUSICAL
by book, music, & lyrics by Joan Cushing From the Miss Nelson books by Harry Allard & James Marshall

COMPANY : The Legacy Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Legacy Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 2245

SHOWING : May 05, 2007 - May 05, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Miss Nelson, the beloved teacher of Room 207, is missing and her unruly kids must face the wrath of the worst substitute teacher ever, Miss Viola Swamp! In the end Miss Nelson's class will learn powerful lessons about respect and appreciation. Come see why this hilarious show has been called "just about perfect as a comedy-musical for school-age children."


CAST & CREW LIST
Music Director Brian Coski
Artistic Director Mark Smith
Choreographer Matthew Helton
Lighting Designer Rick Lewis
Set Designer Ralph Ryan
Sound Technician Chris Shellnutt
Costume Designer Sandy Utt
Set Designer Krista Walker
Cheryl Stephanie Earle
Principal/McSmogg/Pop Dustin Lewis
Miss Nelson/Miss Viola Swamp Tracy McBurnett
Gregory Christopher Moore
Allison Rachel Shaw
Adam Justin Thompson
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