‘Monkey See, Monkey Do’

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
The Barry Lawrence Regional Library has been hosting “A Universe of Stories” as a part of the summer reading club. In Cassville, children have met weekly to see different events like magicians and animals in their local library. On Thursday, children gathered in the Cassville FEMA event center to watch the play “Monkey See, Monkey Do” put on by the Opera of the Ozarks. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

The Barry Lawrence Regional Library has been hosting “A Universe of Stories” as a part of the summer reading club.

On Thursdays, children that are a part of the summer reading club through the Barry Lawrence Regional Library “A Universe of Stories” got the treat of watching the play “Monkey See, Monkey Do” at the Cassville FEMA event center, by the Opera of the Ozarks. The programs handed out to the children had information about operas, the story, the cast and some activities for the children. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
I think these monkeys are feeling happy. Why wouldn’t they be, when the play “Monkey See, Monkey Do,” put on by the Opera of the Ozarks on Thursday had such a happy ending. The hat salesman fell in love and the girl’s father found his monkey, plus two more. Children watched the play as a part of the summer reading club through the Barry Lawrence Regional Library “A Universe of Stories.” Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
A hat salesman should remember, if he falls asleep next to a tree, a monkey could steal his hat. At least that is what happened in the play performed by the Opera of the Ozarks on Thursday, “Monkey See, Monkey Do.” Children that joined the summer reading club through the Barry Lawrence Regional Library got to watch the play at the Cassville FEMA event center. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
“Monkey See, Monkey Do,” a play put on by the Opera of the Ozarks on Thursday for the children who joined the Barry Lawrence Regional Library summer reading club “A Universe of Stories.” A lost monkey, a love story and plenty of music kept children interested at the Cassville FEMA event center. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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