Theatre Palisades Youth Presents THE EVER AFTER - A MUSICAL

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 Pierson Playhouse 941 Temescal Cyn. Rd., Pacific Palisades, CA 90272  See map
Occupationa Therapist Jiminy Cricket works with Snow White and the Queen
Occupationa Therapist Jiminy Cricket works with Snow White and the Queen

The Theatre Palisades Youth’s production of "The Ever After
-- A Musical" will run through March 9th.  Fridays at 7:30pm,  Saturdays at 2 pm and Sundays at 5pm,  at the Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon

In this hilarious parody of daytime TV, talk show hosts reunite fairytale
characters with their rivals to answer the age old question, "Does time
truly heal all wounds?"  This production is directed by TP Youth
veteran Dorothy Dillingham Blue and co-produced by Amy Kate Connolly and
Christine Weller, with D.J. Brady as musical director.  Book is by Nathan
Hartswick and lyrics by Will Francoeur.

This musical is perfect for the whole family, and TP Youth is inviting the
audience to dress up as their favorite princess, fairytale, or super hero

Tickets are $14.  Call (310)454-1970 or visit www.theatrepalisades.com.

The cast includes Elle Baker, Caroline Weller, Chelsea Trotti, Sophie Landau,
Rachel Grossman, Mia Ruhman, Jessica Miner, Riley Stoler, Vera Abrams, Daniela
Renzo, Maia Heisel, Keria Dempsey, Keely O'Sullivan, Annabelle Parsky, Lauren
Bernstein, Ava Baak, Rex Crabtree, Kendall Crabtree, Kerry Cooper, Carlie
Given, Julia Peterson, Liana Rostamian, Lilian Santiago, Leila Taginagi, and
Becca Whitaker.

If you or your child is interested in getting involved with our next Theatre
Palisades Youth production, you can follow up on Twitter @TPYouth, or visit www.theatrepalisades.com for audition


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