Frostburg State University Theatre will present, “Snow White and the People of Diamond Mountain,” a children’s theatre production, on Saturday and Sunday, April 24 and 25, at 2 p.m. each day in the Performing Arts Center’s Drama Theatre.
This classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale follows Snow White, the love of her life (Prince Eric), and her evil stepmother (Queen Isadora). In a jealous rage, the Queen tells Huntsman Philip to take Snow White into the forest and to return alone. The Huntsman has a kind heart and can do no harm to the beautiful young lady, so he lets her escape. While alone and lost in the forest, Snow White meets the People of Diamond Mountain (better known as the seven dwarfs). The People, who mine and add color to the precious gems, take care of Snow White and help to foil the Queen’s wicked plans. Adapted and directed by Catie Childers, “Snow White and the People of Diamond Mountain” highlights singing, dancing, and even a chase scene that is sure to thrill audiences of all ages.
Snow White will be played by Jarett Iliff, Queen Isadora by Jen Bonner, Prince Eric by Nate Kurtz, Huntsman Philip by George Jones, Mork by Mike Virts, Lily by Christine Allen, Royce by Donnie Combs, Sally by Karah Stoops, Goober by Crystal Rice, Frankie by Larry Lewis and Kit by Thom Cutler.
All tickets are $1 and can be purchased at the door.
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