Popular Children's Book "Miss Nelson is Missing" Brought to Life in University Theatre


Popular Children's Book "Miss Nelson is Missing" Brought to Life in University Theatre
Performers and technicians from the California Theatre Company will stage Miss Nelson is Missing on March 12.

The Theatre department will revive its Children's Matinee series on Saturday, March 12, with a production of Miss Nelson is Missing. There will be two performances at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the University Theatre.

Performers and technicians from the California Theatre Company will stage Miss Nelson is Missing, a musical comedy about a clever teacher who masquerades as a nasty substitute in order to teach her class just what a good and fair teacher she is. The play, based on the famous childrens book by Harry Allard and James Marshall, is recommended for children in kindergarten though sixth grade.

Among the audience members will be 50 youths from Pomona First Baptist Churchs Pomona Youth Club Program. Children from the program are reading Miss Nelson is Missing before watching the musical adaptation.

Tickets are $8 at the door, and $6 when purchased in advance.

For general information, call the Box Office at (909) 869-3800. For reservations for a group of 20 or more, call (909) 869-3962.