Opening weekend announced for Goldilocks and the Three Pigs
Marinette, WI – UW-Marinette Children’s Theatre will present Goldilocks and the Three Pigs at UW-Marinette. Opening performances are Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11 at 7pm and Sunday, February 12 at 2pm. The following weekend, shows will be held on Friday, February 17 and Saturday, February 18 at 7pm and Sunday, February 19 at 2pm.
Mix in a classic chase scene and a little bit of a moral and the end concoction is a delightful take on a couple of old storybook standbys full of energy and enough humor and adventure for children of all ages.
The cast includes; from Marinette Schools: Gabe Behrendt, Kaylee Behrendt, Peyton Berman, Dylan Grandaw, Anna Grandaw, Emma Lesperance, Kate Schwaba, Jessica Weiss, Connor Whisler, Elizabeth Whisler; from Peshtigo Schools: Camryn Brissette, Maggie Fernandez, Marin Fernandez, Emily Halfmann, Lauren Halfmann, Galen Hodlofski; from Menominee Schools: Andrea LeBoeuf, Lydia LeBoeuf, Alex Meyers, Ozzie Nykanen, Madalyn Zelm, Henry Zuehls; from Homeschool: Eddie Dewitt; from Stephenson Schools: Sydney Ebsch; from St. Thomas Aquinas Academy: Isabel Rowell, Charlie Rowell. Director is Brittany Welch, Technical Director is Dave Hendrick, Lighting Design by Nick Tellez, Costume Design by Dana Sulk, Stage Manager is Marie Arnold, Assistant Stage Manager is Karah Nelson, Ticket Sales Lorena Schwartz, Paint Shop Assistant Jonah Zuehls, Cast photographs by Aimee Nutt and Parent Volunteer Coordinators are Michelle Rowell and Johanna Zuehls.
Tickets may be purchased online from the UW-Marinette website, at the box office an hour prior to show start or by calling 715-735-4300 xt 4342.
Twenty-six cast members of Goldilocks and the Three Pigs, representing six area schools, have been preparing since December for the February Children’s Theatre production.
The University of Wisconsin Continuing Education offers Children’s Theatre opportunities for children ages 6-18 to participate in theatrical productions. Since 1993, well known plays such as Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Charlotte's Web, The Wizard of Oz, Cinderella, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Into the Woods, Hansel and Gretel and Beauty and the Beast have given children valuable experience in what it means to be part of a live, theatrical production. Children learn valuable stage and life skills such as teamwork, responsibility and confidence. For more information and tickets, visit www.marinette.uwc.edu/community/continuing-ed/theatre