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Milo the Mouse Gets a Mask and a Lesson on its Importance – Dallas Children’s Theater

What do a puppet, a costume designer, and a pulmonary doctor all have in common? They are all on the latest episode of Mouse Calls with Milo! Milo the Mouse teams up with Dallas Children’s Theater (DCT) Costume Designer Lyle Huchton, and DCT Board Member and pulmonary doctor Adam Mora, to give children a lesson on safety, share news about the MASKerade Design and Decorating Contest, and even get his very own mask.

In the special feature, Milo the Mouse explores the lonely halls of Dallas Children’s Theater and pines for the hustle bustle that usually fills the lobby.  He makes his way to Lyle Huchton’s costume shop where they Zoom with Doctor Mora, who provides some insight into the world of pulmonology, and on the importance of wearing a mask. At the end of the video, Milo receives his own mask, and encourages children to send in their designs.

In the spirit of good health, cooperation and creativity, Dallas Children’s Theater has invited all interested young people to create their own mask before August 16th. Whether they choose to simply draw it or sew it, anyone can be a part of this creative exercise. All children entering kindergarten through grade twelve are eligible to enter DCT’s MASKerade Design and Decorating Contest.

Submissions will be presented on, DCT’s website, as well as on other social media platforms.  Winners will be announced during a special Zoom event on Saturday, August 29. 

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