THE TRIAL OF THE BIG BAD WOLF

by Joseph Robinette

directed by
Jac-que Robinson


 

SIXTH ANNUAL CHILDREN'S
SUMMER THEATER IN THE PARK

  • The Wolf: villain or victim?
  • The Three Pigs: innocent or at fault? 
  • The Jurors (Miss Muffet, Old King Cole, Cinderella and Humpty-Dumpty, to mention a few): solid citizens or characters with a past? 
  • And what about Judge Wise O. Al? Is justice on his side - or does he have a secret to hide? 
  • Then there's the media - a reporter, a newscaster and a town crier. Have they come to accurately report the proceedings - or to turn the courtroom into a media circus?
  • And who is that surprise witness at the end? 

The answers to these profound questions and even more are revealed once and for all in this rollicking, fun filled, action packed trial-of-the-century.


PERFORMERS

Reporter Linda Heller
Newscaster Kelly Baker
Town Crier Dayna Cebel
Clerk Mitch Broder
Amelia Pig Catherine Krug
Myrtle Mae Pig Taylor Midgette
Bartholomew Pig Adam Lanman

Winifred Wellington Wolf III

Katrina Snyder
Little Miss Muffet Sharon Bernstein
Old King Cole Valarie D. Williams
Jack Sprat Richard Molyneaux
Mrs. Sprat Anna Thaxton
Humpty Dumpty Toni-Marie Farrell
Cinderella Alex Loscher
Judge Wise O. Al Joe Gallin
Charity Michelle Krug

This is a free performance, geared to families and children. The show (about one hour in length) involves music, sound, lights, costumes, scenery - everything we do in a theater, except that we perform under the sky, surrounded by trees! 
Come early and bring a picnic basket! 


PERFORMANCE DATES
(all performances at 7 PM)

July 6 Battle Whitney Park (corner of Battle Avenue & Whitney Street)
July 8 Druss Park (Corner of South Lexington and Prospect Ave)
July 9 Turnure Park (Canfield Ave., betw. Lake and Main - one block from N. Broadway)
July 12 Gillie Park (Corner of Mamaroneck Avenue & Gedney Way)
July 13 Windbrook Apartment Lawn (South Lexington Ave. / Quarropas St. - across the street from the Court House)
July 15 Mattison Park (corner of Quinby Ave. and Lynton St. - one block in from Post Road)
July 16 George Washington School (10 Orchard Street)



 Westchester
 Arts Council

This program was made possible by the Arts Alive Program of the Westchester Arts Council, with funding from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council of the Arts.


NYSCA  


 

 

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