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The 2017 HOPO Production:

By Brian D. Taylor

Directed by Stephanie Hoerth

Performance Dates:
August 5; 7:00 PM
August 6: 2:00 PM Matinee

THE CAST:

Announcer - Ava Etheridge
Applause Kids - Sophie Hasenohrl & Trinity Pearson
Heidi Perbole - Jenny Rose
Wordy - Clara Clasen
Snow White’s Mother - Adrienne Scheide
Rowdy - Corbin Giese
Nerdy - Gavin Giese
Weepy - Angelina Grant
King - Ryan Hustedt
Evil Queen - Hailey Fuller
Snow White - Amanda Kester
Magic Mirror - Lulu Davis
Creepy - Bing Brazeau
Huntsman - Sam Galuk
Rumpelstiltskin - Ryan Vollert
Bob - Emily Krings
Howdy - Taylor Swanson
Big Bad Wolf - Brandon Winter
Troll - Joseph Farmbrough
Witch - Taylor Weiler
Rapunzel - Jaydah Davis
Model - Ella Panter
Prince - Josh Glenzer
  Papa Bear - Evelyn Allworden
Mama Bear - Niamh Sweet
Baby Bear - Bianca Bowden
Red Riding Hood - Katie Panzer
Sleeping Beauty - Miranda Steinkamp
Hansel - Camden Mueller
Gretel - Ambrielle Mueller
Ugly Duckling - Katelyn Weiler
Ogre - Sarah Panzer
Cinder Sella - Divine Davis
Dwarf Stand-in - Dana Tritz
Igor - Joe Jansen
Jack Sprat - Aliyah Jennings
CSI Dwarf One - Hailey Helms
CSI Dwarf Two - Gabrielle Scheide
Prince - Kyle Fillmore
Real Snow White - Alaina Bechard
Guard One - Olivia Allworden
Guard Two - Brad Weiler
Commercial actors - Kaelyn Kester, Carli Swan, Emma Rokus, Barb Brazeau,
Carsten Mueller, Kiya Miller,
Jeremiah Gray
& Braeden Evans
Director - Stephanie Hoerth
Stage Manager - Chris Powers

 

The Story: All the fun of just about every TV-show genre you can imagine is jam-packed into this wild and fast-paced comedy!! The seven dwarves tell the story of Snow White on the talk show, Real Talk with Fairytale Legends, as the Fairytale Players bring it to life. As each new dwarf takes a turn telling part of Snow White’s famous story in his or her own unique voice, the players’ re-enactment shifts to match the style and personality of that particular dwarf. At any given moment, the story can be anything — romance, comedy, home improvement show, suspense, Western, epic poetry (yes, even some Shakespeare!), mystery, cooking show, stand-up routine, or blockbuster action movie! There’s even hilarious commercial breaks and a “Miss Fairest of Them All” beauty pageant! It all culminates in a mad-dash ending of fast-changing genres that sets the record straight on Snow White’s happily-ever-after. This variety show spoof of the fairytale classic literally has something for everyone!


 
 

The 2017 Youth Production:

By Brian D. Taylor

Author of "The Princess Who Had No Name" & "Dorothy in Wonderland"

Directed by Kayla Jukich

Performance Dates:
Friday, July 14 at 7:00 PM;
Saturday, July 15 at 7:00 PM;
and Sunday, July 16 at 2:00 PM

THE CAST

Evil Geniuses/The Order of Marvels:
Frank Stein - Alex Fuller
Heidi Jekyll - Alaina Bechard
Mal - Vanessa Bush
Beatrix
- Dana Tritz

Convicts/The Order of Anarchy:
Sharkey - Kyle Fillmore
Pick - Miranda Steinkamp
Davy Backstabber
- Jeremiah Gray

Witches/The Order of Enchantment:
Hetty - Adrienne Scheide
Netty
- Coral Bentivegna
Gretty - Clara Clasen
Betty
- Barbara Brazeau
Letty
- Hailey Fuller
Setty - Anna Bechard
Jetty
- Camden Mueller
Yeti - Brandon Winter
Spaghetti - Ambrielle Mueller
Esteban - Kyrin Bentivegna

Monsters/The Order of Mayhem:
Sasquatch - Amanda Kester
Werewolf - Emily Krings
Mummy - Taylor Swanson
Invisible Man
- Jon Lager

Misfits:
Quasimodo - Corbin Giese
Garbage - Kaelyn Kester
Sandra - Ava Etheridge

Adults:
Headmaster - Jon Peckham
Professor Snide - Sarah Panzer
Professor Black - Gavin Giese
Professor Murk - Khayla Peckham
Professor Gloom - Katie Panzer
Marcella Jekyll - Rania Miller
Drake Jekyll - Jordan Peters

Director - Kayla Jukich

Assistant Director - Grace Sprehn

The Story: Everyone loves a good villain, and in Villain School, your entire cast gets the fun of playing the bad guy... or girl! The Villains’ Institute for Learning Evil (V.I.L.E.) is where all the famous storybook villains go to learn their wicked ways. Like any school, V.I.L.E. has its own social groups: The Monsters, who are always hungry and love to scare people; the Witches, who make a mean brew; the Convicts, who are expert thieves and con-artists; and the Misfits, who just don’t fit in. There are also the Evil Geniuses, who rule the school and are at the top of the food chain. But everything is turned upside down when the smart and talented new student, Frank Stein, shows up and challenges the status quo. Things get even worse when he falls head over heels in love... because love is strictly forbidden at Villain School. That’s why Heidi Jekyll, the object of Frank’s desire, wants nothing to do with him. That is, until the potion she concocts for the science fair goes awry, transforming her into a sugary sweet princess. Faced with potential expulsion and certain embarrassment, will the forces of evil ultimately tear them apart, or will true love prevail?


 
     
 

WRCT offers two distinct opportunities for youth theatre: our Summer Youth Production, and a workshop/performance event by Hopo Productions. Either is a great opportunity for kids to get involved with the art of theatre!

WRCT Youth Productions are an exciting opportunity for young people of all ages! It gives young people a taste of the theatre, and lets them gain confidence in front of people. Some of our youth actors even get involved during our regular season plays. It is a known fact that children who participate in the fine arts generally grow up to be well-rounded citizens with an greater appreciation of music, art, theater, and other fine aspects of life. By encouraging children to be involved in theater, we give them a change to learn the value of hard work while developing a wonderful sense of camaraderie and imagination

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Theater can be a great hobby for children of ALL ages!

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