The Frog Prince – A Webbed Pantomime
November 24 - December 10, 2016
By Cheryl Theriault and Brenda Tyedmers
Directed by Cheryl Theriault
Have you ever “pond”ered this question: The Frog Prince…how did THAT happen? Brenda Tyedmers and I certainly did. And so began our journey through the forests of the Kingdom of Jollimore where we discovered some Royal Family secrets, breadcrumbs and broccoli, and a pair of damp meggings…
Here is what we know so far: It is just days until the crowning of the next King of the Kingdom of Jollimore and Queen B is buzzing about the last details of the biggest party EVER! Her sons, Max and Heinrich, have very different views about what is best for the citizenry, but their Uncle Mikey is quite sure HE knows what will make him…I mean…everyone…happy.
Here are some questions: Will the coronation feast be prepared on time? Will Justin Bieber sing the Royal Anthem? Will the mystery of the disappearing breadcrumbs ever be solved? Will the super-talented cast ever grow tired of an audience booing and cheering? And will the stage manager actually eat any members of “The Public” who step on the stage? The answers can only be found onstage at the Theatre Arts Guild’s production of The Frog Prince: A Webbed Pantomime. Is it fun? Is it fabulous? Is it family-friendly? You better be-ribbit!!
P.S. The answers can also be found in the brains of Brenda and myself but, seriously, it is WAY less messy to just see it on the stage!
~ Cheryl Theriault, Director
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Calling all Directors!
With the 2016-17 season underway, it's time to start working on plans for the 2017-2018 Season. TAG encourages all interested directors to submit scripts for next season. There are four slots available: September 2017, March-April 2018, June 2018 and the 2017 Holiday Pantomime. Please indicate a time slot preference if possible. Scripts can be dropped off at the Pond Playhouse or directly to our Artistic Director, Esther VanGorder. Play suggestions may also be submitted online. The 2017-2018 season submission deadline is January 15, 2017.
For more information, contact Esther VanGorder, Artistic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.