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‘Tarzan’ brings the jungle to the library
Brett Crandall Studios mixes actors, puppets and audience participation for theatrical productions. On Wednesday the team will present “Tarzan” at the Great Bend Public Library.

Brett Crandall Studios will visit the Great Bend Public Library for a special performance of “Tarzan” at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 23. Library staff invited audience members to swing through the jungles with Tarzan and his jungle friends as they watch the story unfold. Admission is free.

Crandall and his team mix actors with amazing puppetry to bring the story to life. Audiences will even be able to participate in the story themselves, said Hannah Grippin, outreach manager.

Brett Crandall Studios have been a staple at the library, entertaining guests for years. Past performances included “A Christmas Carol,” “The Wizard of Oz” and last year’s “Peter Pan.”

“We are thrilled to have them back again this year, so be sure not to miss “Tarzan of the Apes” this Wednesday, Grippin said.