Mid Michigan Family Theatre
Monday, January 8 and Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Please arrive by 6:30 and plan to stay until dismissed by the director.
(Usually no later than 8:00 p.m.)
2/42 Community Building
(next door to 2/42 Community Church)
2630 Bennett Road
Okemos, MI 48864
Phone: (517) 339-2145
About the play
A counselor has opened an office to see how various fairy tale characters are getting along. He quickly discovers that nobody has lived ’happily ever after’ at all! Sleeping Beauty will do nothing but nap, the Frog Prince refuses to give up his amphibian ways and nothing will pry Cinderella away from her beloved cinders. The counselor sets about making everything right again, with equally disastrous results. Added to the fractured fairy tale fun are five catchy musical numbers, cameo roles for a chorus of fairy tale characters and plenty of silliness for everybody involved!
Book by TIM KELLY
Music & Lyrics by LARRY NESTOR
Piano Arrangement by BILL FRANCOEUR
CAST OF CHARACTERS
COUNSELOR A writer of romances, also a marriage counselor
MS. SCRIBE His secretary
PRINCE CHARMING Cinderella's husband; a modern young man
CINDERELLA simple soul; loves kitchen work
STEPSISTER ONE An unpleasant sort; cynical
STEPSISTER TWO Another
STEPMOTHER A clever shrew
PRINCE LING A distraught husband
SLEEPING BEAUTY Does nothing but nap
POND PRINCESS A fiery young woman
FROG PRINCE Can't forget his days in the garden well
RUMPELSTILTSKIN A gnome with an identity crisis
LITTLE BO PEEP Can't find her sheep
LITTLE MISS MUFFETT Likes curds and whey
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD .Not fond of wolves
SNOW WHITE Now a blonde
What to Expect at the Audition
We'll be looking for cast and crew members for the next show soon. Young people not wanting to act are encouraged to apply for one of the many backstage positions such as costuming, set painting, ushering, etc.
There will be a little bit of paperwork to fill out prior to your audition. Please plan to arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled audition time in order to complete it. Your punctual arrival and departure when dismissed by the director will keep the audition process running smooooooothly.
If you have any questions, please contact the director, Bill Gordon at (517) 339-2145.
A Note on Production Fees:
Like other sports and recreation programs for young people, there is a participation fee to be in the production. We charge reasonable, modest fees. With these fees you will receive a script, costumes, props, and help with overall production costs. Adults will not be assessed a production fee but are asked to help mentor younger actors and/or help with production duties such as costuming, set building, etc. Thank you.