Seeing is believing

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  March 3, 2010

The young people who enliven this production are witty, dynamic, and gloriously entertaining. Like the child whose observation finally exposes the obvious, and sends the shysters running, these young actors produce a dramatic revelation.

Megan Grumbling can be reached at mgrumbling@hotmail.com.

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES |adapted by Michele Livermore Wigton | Directed by Reba Short | Produced by the Children's Museum and Theatre of Maine, in the Dress-Up Theatre | March 4-7 and March 18-21; Thurs-Fri @ 4 pm; Sat-Sun @ 1 & 4 pm | In repertory with Cinderella | 207.828.1234 ext. 231

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