Marblehead Little Theatre's Children's Theatre Performanc
March 2 - March 4, 2012
The Marblehead Little Theatre’s Children’s Theatre is presenting a howling courtroom musical comedy featuring the Big Bad Wolf and all sorts of fairytale folk, perfect for children of all ages, on March 2-4 at the theatre 12 School St., Marblehead. The musical is written by Alec Strum with music and lyrics by Bill Francoeur, and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc, Englewood, Co. Direction is by Lynda Johnson, choreography by Janet Sheehan, sets by Andy Barnett and produced by Ginny Morton.
There were so many children who joined MLT that they were divided in two groups (green and Yellow) and will perform in separate shows. The Green Cast actors perform on Friday, March 2 at 5:30, Saturday, March 3 at 3:30, Sunday March 4 at 1PM. The green actors are Hannah Amato, Lily Arnold, Abby Avin, Caitlin Bachner, Murphy Bachner, Zoe Gast, Annabelle Howard, Rudy Lautner, Samantha Mintzer, Grace O’Meara, Lilly O’Meara, Nicholas Reulbach, Grace Rigby, Maggie Sheridan, Leah Speliotis, and Lauren Stammnitz . The Yellow Cast performs on Saturday March 3 at 11:30AM and 7:30 PM, Sunday March 4 at 5 PM Yellow Cast Actors are Haley Andreasen, Will Barth, Lauren Case, Will Curtis, Christian Grant, Molly Grant, Benjamin Kahn, Dylan Leveroni, Margaret Mancusi-Ungaro, Eleanor Mancusi-Ungaro, Olivia Moore, Cameron Saltsman, Christine Sloss, Avery Upton, and Penelope Walker
Tickets are $5 and are available now for all performances. Forms are available in the theatre vestibule or may be reserved by phone 781-631-9697. Please put form in the MLT mailbox or mail to 12 School St., Marblehead. For more information please visit our website www.mltlive.org
Marblehead Little Theatre is one of the oldest non-profit community theaters in New England. It began in 1955 and the children’s theater in 2005
Picture Quote: Pictured are the many children signed up for the current MLT childen's theatre production of the Big Bad Musical that the directors split the groups into two casts, each performing three times March 2-4. For tickets call 781-631-2737.