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Christina Johnson and Joshua Shackelford receive instruction

Christina Johnson and Joshua Shackelford receive instruction

Christina Johnson and Joshua Shackelford receive instruction from Liz Behnke, a Missoula Children's Theater actor-director, during rehearsal, June 25, 2013, for the Fort Bliss Child, Youth and School Services p... More

Grace Rubin, an actor-director with Missoula Children's

Grace Rubin, an actor-director with Missoula Children's

Grace Rubin, an actor-director with Missoula Children's Theater, teaches songs to Caleb Shackelford, Sebastian Escobar, Ayanna Wilson, Leah Lehr, Jana Johnson, Briana Dobrovolny, Anna Kauffman, Helen Villegas a... More

Children perform in a Missoula Children’s Theater production

Children perform in a Missoula Children’s Theater production

Children perform in a Missoula Children’s Theater production of Gulliver's Travels at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., July 27. The performance by base children was the culmination of weeklong rehearsals at the b... More

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