The Princess Who Had No Name & Young Actor’s Workshop
October 3rd at 6-8 pm at the Oregon Trail Meeting Faciity
Weave together the feel of a classic fairy tale, the delight of a fractured fairy tale and the fun of a mystery in need of solving and you can’t go wrong with this hilarious, expertly-woven romp! When a girl wakes up alone in a tower in the forest, she has no memory of her past. She can’t remember where she is from or her name. All alone, she embarks on a journey to recall her past. Along the way she meets several fairy-tale characters (Hansel and Gretel, Rumpelstiltskin, Goldilocks, Snow White, Cinderella and Rapunzel to name a few. Her prince is also desperately looking for her, but he seems to always be one step behind and inadvertently rescuing and winning the hearts of the wrong princesses! With plenty of roles to go around and fun new takes on the stories everyone loves, the Princess’s quest to remember her true identity will keep everyone guessing to the happily ever after ending.
All children must be able to be back stage without a parent – Ages 6 to 18
Miscellaneous parts big and small
The Christmas Express
October 20th 6-8 pm and October 21st 7-9 pm at the Heritage Barn
There are parts for 6 women and 4 men. All are part of “small-town Americana”. The play takes place in a dilapidated railroad station.
The characters are as follows:
Hilda – station master, 40’s-50’s
Maggie – mail carrier, 20’s-50’s
Penelope – editor/reporter for the town newspaper, 30’s-50’s
Myrna – town mayor/choir master at local church, 40’s-60’s
Donna – Jerry’s wife, 20’s-30’s
Debora – Fairfax’s daughter, 30’s-50’s
Satch – Hilda’s assistant, 50’s-60’s
Leo Tannenbaum – a visitor 60’s-70’s
Fairfax – railroad executive/Debora’s father, 60’s-70’s
Jerry – Donna’s husband, 20’s-30’s
Hilda, Satch, Maggie, Penelope and Myrna are required to sing acappella.