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The red lights shined on Sierra Perrins as she sang “Part of Your World” from Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” while the crowd watched in silence.

Sierra’s rendition of “Part of Your World” was one of several performances by actors from the Christian Youth Theater (CYT). The actors held a 15-minute concert at the Cat’s Dream Fundraiser, March 30.

Other performances at the fundraiser included Addie Dibble singing “When Will My Life Begin,” from Disney’s “Tangled,” and Aidan Walsh singing “Johnny One Note” from the musical “Babes in Arms.” Tara Shannon Phelan pulled double duty by opening the show with “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes,” from Disney’s Cinderella and ending the show with “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”

In addition to the solo performances, Sierra performed “I see the Light,” another song from “Tangled,” with Dakota Moses.  

CYT is an arts program that teaches students ages 6 to 18, about the different aspects of theater, as well as instilling various character values. Besides their classes, the theater hosts three musicals a year and holds various workshops and a camp during the summer.

The theater’s next musical, “Aladdin Jr.,” will take place at the Bing Crosby Theater and run from May 24 to June 3. For more information, visit the events page on the Bing Crosby Theater’s website.

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Al Stover
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Al Stover is the Eagle Life editor for the Easterner newspaper and a writer for Rant Sports’ Mixed Martial Arts section. He is a journalism major at Eastern Washington University and has interviewed characters like cage fighters, drag queens and paranormal investigators.

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