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Sheridan, Montana

What A Treasure
by Nancy Banister 
December 12, 2002 issue of The Madisonian


The Missoula Children's Theater once again came to the Ruby Valley to inspire our children. This year Ian Gibbs and Sage Davis produced Treasure Island with the help of the Sheridan and Twin Bridges Schools, Turner Foundation, Walter's IGA, Jensen's Market, Rod and Sherry Elder and the Moriah Motel. 

The executive director of CMT, James Caron, wrote this adaptation of Treasure Island. It was a delightful production for the whole family to enjoy. Kori Anderson played the whimsical Jim Hawkins, a youth seeking adventure when he finds a treasure map. Ian Gibbs played Long John Silver, the pirate who conspires to steal the map and treasure from Jim. "It was a lot of fun," says Kori Anderson. "I have been participating in this program for three years. This year was the most challenging because I had so many lines to remember." Kori and three of her friends from the Ruby Valley will be going to a CMT sponsored camp this summer and learn more about the art of acting.

:: photos of the cast ::

Copyright Nancy Banister and The Madisonian, reproduced by permission.

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