PAST SEASONS ARCHIVE
THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES: SEASON 13

September 9-25, 2011
Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

Based on the book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin
Written by James E. Grote, Music by George Howe 
The animals at Farmer Brown’s farm work long & hard hours but when their meager requests for electric blankets to keep warm in their drafty, old barn are ignored they decide to take action! Join the Cows, Hen & Duck as they engage in a peaceful protest and prove that the pen, or in this case the typewriter, is mightier than the sword.
 
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November 11-27, 2011 
The Princess & the Pea

Book & Lyrics by Stan Gill, Music by Jeffrey Payne
Based on the story by Hans Christen Andersen, the Princess & the Pea tells the story of Hannah, a storm-tossed girl who shows up on the castle-step of Prince John & The Queen.  After a whirlwind romance Prince John & Hannah wish to marry, but not unless Hannah passes the Queen’s nobility test.  Hannah’s “studying” pays-off, and they all live happily ever after.
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January 6-22, 2012
Rumpelstiltskin
Book & Lyrics by Stan Gill, Music by Cindy Bright
The miller is so proud of his daughter’s spinning ability he boldly tells everyone that she can spin straw into gold. The King overhears and decides to keep the miller’s daughter for himself.  Locked in a stone room, the miller’s daughter despairs until a little, mysterious man appears and strikes a bargain she can’t refuse.  Enjoy this classic tale of magic, music and wit as our heroine outsmarts the villain.
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March 9-25, 2012
The Dancing Princess
Written by Patricia Haines-Ainsworth, Music by Terence Alaric
Anatoly Padìn is one of the most successful dragon slayers in the land, but there haven’t been many dragons around lately so business is slow. While resting in the woods near a small kingdom, he hears that the Queen has issued a decree.  If anyone can figure out how and why the princess’ shoes keep wearing out, he will give them half his kingdom and his daughter’s hand in marriage.  Having nothing to lose, Anatoly decides to take up the challenge. Will Anatoly discover Princess Yulia’s secret or will he end up losing his freedom and be forced to serve as a jester in the court?
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May 11-27, 2012
Beauty & The Beast
Book by Charles Way
Music & Lyrics by Kevin Miller and Clay Zambo

After being thrown from his horse, George is offered sanctuary in a strange house; he is told he can take anything he wants but not to pick any of the roses. Glad to be alive and not realizing the true nature of the master of the house - he disobeys. The moment he picks the rose a great beast appears, half man half wolf. The terrified merchant promises to send his daughter to the house in return for his life and thus he returns to London. The deadly promise makes George a sick man and it is Belle who goes to fulfill her father’s promise and save his life.
 
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