Come with us…Into the Woods where James Lapine and Stephen
will take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for
a timeless, yet relevant, piece...and a rare modern classic. The Tony
Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching.
The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish
to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's Festival; and
Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn
that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a
journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of
their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.
The cast includes: Ely Dawson (Narrator,
Mysterious Man), Morganne Warner (Cinderella), Jacob Walker (Jack), Brittany
Delcourse (Jack’s Mother), Spencer Cassling (Baker), Victoria Budd (Baker’s
Wife), Jazmin Thompson (Cinderella’s Stepmother), Lauren Davis (Florinda),
Hannah Magers (Lucinda), Gavin Shyrock (Cinderella’s Father), Maggie Kubeja
(Little Red Riding Hood), Andromedae Jackson (Witch), Miranda Wonacott
(Cinderella’s Mother, Grandmother, Giant), Garrett Werner (Cinderella’s Prince,
Wolf), Morgan Schetter (Rapunzel), Nic Renick (Rapunzel’s Prince), Troy
Obernolte (Steward), Rosie Mount (Snow White), and Karissa Denault (Sleeping
Beauty). Additionally, the magical Elements are played by: Aubrey Hull, Chloe
Anderson, Elizabeth Westbrooks, Emily Bernal, Jesse Hardin, Karissa Denault,
Kaylie Safarian, Louise Wagenaar, Nik Swinson, Rosie Mount, Tori Vasquez, and
Skye Stroner. The show is directed by Brian Adams and choreographed by Jeanine
The stage version of Into the Woods is a mash up
of several fairy tales and intertwines the dilemma of each story to highlight
universal truths of right and wrong, family and trust, good and evil. The
musical play stays true original Brothers Grimm story lines that are often
darker than the happier versions we are more familiar with. The plot involves
the death of some characters, the consequences of poor decisions, and the sad
side of life. Some scenes in the original production depicted gruesome details.
In our version, those scenes have been staged in such a way that they are
suitable for patrons of any age.
Friday, April 21, 7:00 PM
Saturday, April 22, 7:00 PM
Sunday, April 23, 2:00 PM
Friday, April 28, 7:00 PM
Saturday, April 29, 7:00 PM
$10 for Students and Seniors,
$15 General at the B.B.H.S.
If purchased through the PAC Box Office, plus $1 additional fee.
Performing Arts Center
909 866-4970 or www.citybigbearlake.com