CCCMT Calling All Monsters dinner theater
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Cedar City Children’s Musical Theatre is presenting a fundraising Halloween dinner theater performance, “Calling All the Monsters.” Beloved classic Halloween monsters—played by the parents and friends of CCCCMT—will sing and dance the night away in this fun musical comedy event perfect for all ages. Performances of “Calling All the Monsters” will be on Oct. 22 through 24 and Oct. 26.

The Dutch oven dinner for “Calling All the Monsters” will be catered by Simply Delicious Confections. The dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7. Tickets are $20 a person or $150 for a table of eight. The dinner theater performance will be held at CCCMT, located at 1579 N. Main Street, Suite #108 in Cedar City. To purchase tickets, please visit cccmt.org.

CCCMT is a 501 nonprofit, volunteer-run organization of parents and grandparents who provide musical theater opportunities for all children in Cedar City regardless of their experience or ability to pay.

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