FLINT YOUTH THEATRE’S FIRST STAGE PRESENTS JIGSAW JONES, POPULAR CHILDREN’S LITERATURE BROUGHT TO LIFE ON STAGE

FLINT – Flint Youth Theatre’s First Stage series presents the ArtsPower production of Jigsaw Jones: The Case of the Class Clown for young children and their families on Friday, November 22.

Jigsaw Jones: The Case of the Class Clown is based on the popular children’s series by James Preller. In this installment, someone in Ms. Gleason’s class is playing practical jokes. Theodore “Jigsaw” Jones claims to be the very first detective in the whole school. It’s up to Jigsaw and his friend Mila to investigate and track down the class clown. This play will make audiences laugh and think as they learn the secret codes that Jigsaw must decipher to solve the mystery.

This popular play has been delighting audiences across the country, and is on stage at FYT for one day only, Friday, November 22 at 7:00 P.M.

Tickets for Jigsaw Jones are $10 per person and are available at Flint Youth Theatre, by calling 810.237.1530 or online at FlintYouthTheatre.org. This play is best suited for ages 3 and up.

About Flint Youth Theatre
Through public performances, school matinees and acting classes, Flint Youth Theatre’s resident professional company serves students age 3 through college, and audiences of children and families, teens and adults throughout Mid-Michigan. The First Stage series helps families build lasting memories together by introducing young children to the wonder and magic of live theatre. These plays for very young children delight and surprise, teach valuable lessons, and encourage imagination, and creativity. Tailored for children age three and up and their families, this series is a great first step in a life-long journey of celebrating the arts.

For more information about Flint Youth Theatre or to reserve tickets to Jigsaw Jones, call 810.237.1530 or visit FlintYouthTheatre.org.

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