TFTV Alumnus Cait Siobhan Kiley continues TheatreWorksUSA’s national tour of ‘The Magic School Bus’ as Ms. Frizzle

Combining education and the arts are a great way to get students to learn and have a good time. Throw in a well known book and TV series and even more fun will be had.

On Wednesday and Thursday, A Center for the Arts welcomed in Fergus Falls students in grades 1-4 to watch the production “Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System” performed by TheaterWorksUSA.

The Scholastic series of the same name features eccentric teacher, Ms. Frizzle, and her class as they learn and navigate through different educational scenarios. In the performance at the center, Ms. Frizzle takes her class on an interplanetary field trip after the group gets lost on the way to the planetarium. For those that know the series, hijinks and obstacles lay in the wait for the group as they learn about the solar system.

Cait Siobhan Kiley graduated from the School of Theatre, Film & Television with a BFA in Musical Theatre.


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