Children's play at LPC today this afternoon

The Las Positas College Children's Theater class will present "Invisible Treasure," an original fairytale, at 2 p.m. this afternoon in the Main Stage Theater in the Mertes Center of the Arts (Building 4000) on the LPC campus.

The "Invisible Treasure" is the magical tale of a brother fairy who believes in nothing, his sister fairy who believes in everything, and their adventure to open an invisible box. It was written and directed by Speech and Theater faculty member, Janet Brehe Johnson.

"The play humorously and interactively deals with the concepts of family and friendship, not judging a book by its cover, and believing in possibilities," Brehe Johnson states.

While there is no charge for the on-campus performances, LPC has a $2 parking fee.


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