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CVCT began with a Man named Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor coat and a Dream. And from that moment on those who graced our stage with their passion for acting, tech, costuming and set design continued that dream. We are still dreaming, telling stories and sharing the immense amount of talent that Iron County residents bring to the stage. What we created is a family. Through open auditions and amazing volunteers we create gates into other worlds, such as that of a little orphan named Annie, a woman named Dolly, with the answer to anybody’s problems, and a man-eating talking plant who convinces a lonely man named Seymore to “Feed Me Blood”. We journeyed together to Oklahoma, in a pretty little surry with the fringe on the top. The King and I transported our audience to Siam and watched as a school teacher changed the heart of the King. We saw the beautiful Sarah Brown reform the biggest sinner in the city and even fall in love, in Guys and Dolls. Audiences laughed and sang along with our cast of The Wedding Singer and cried as Bill Sykes murdered Nancy when she tried to protect the orphan Oliver and then rejoiced when Oliver was finally reunited with family and found a home. The audience pushed up their sleeves with Millie in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, as she created something beautiful out of a family of 7 men who had lived without the loving nurture of a woman and sister. Then we were magically transported to the world, Of The