Curtain Times
Friday & Saturday... 7:00p  /  Sunday... 2:00p
Ticket Information
All of our Children's Theater tickets are
General Admission
Pay-at-the-Door... No Reservations
Friday Night performances are
Pay What You Can... Donations Only!
Saturday & Sunday Prices:
$5.00 Child / $10.00 Adult
The Riverfront Theater / 2 South Walnut Street / Milford, DE
About the Show...
Second Street Players  /  Riverfront Theater  /  2 South Walnut St.  /  Milford, DE 19963  / TIX: (800) 838-3006  /  info@secondstreetplayers.com
2018 Children's Dessert Theater presents
THE CAST
Emily Hopkins as AnyaRece Pope as Prince Rolfe
Sydney Gross as IngridColby Crawford as Captain Tanner
Brodie Sapp as RumpelstiltskinLauren David as Aunt Marta
Angie Richard as Frau MuellerAaron Bradley as Minister North
Addie Hammer as SweepsGuy Crawford as Minister South
Jacklynn Gross as GuideAnabella Baray as Pansy
Susan Hopkins as Frau BlixenSamantha Worden as Jughead
Tammy Crawford as Frau Gudhoff & Voice 1Mary Harbeson as Frau Kinder
Naomi Harbeson as Voice 2Abigail Aleman as Senta South
Ireland Stump as Sigrid South & Servant 1Bella Biasi as Sonja South
Natalie Howard as Sally SouthSavannah Gerdes as Sarah South
Tyler Potocki as Soldier 1Hunter Crew as Soldier 2
Colby Fox as Soldier 3Amiere Sudler as Soldier 4 & Corporal Dern
Michael McKain as Soldier 5Carolyn Reese as Servant 2
Katie Williams as Servant 3Cassandra McCarthy as Servant 4
Joey Baray as an extraJesse Gerdes as an extra
Cori Fox as an extraJacob Carter as an extra



THE PRODUCTION TEAM
Director...   Josh Gross
Assistant Director...   Ashby Amory
Assistant Director...   Laura Howard
Producer...   Guy Crawford
Stage Manager...   Susan Newark
Lights...  Bella Howard
Sound...   Jace Thompson
RUMPELSTILTSKIN
by Peg Herring
based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm

Friday, OCT 5 at 7:00p
Saturday, OCT 6 at 7:00p
Sunday, OCT 7 at 2:00p
THE STORY...
Once upon a time there was a dwarf named Rumpels... wait, you probably know that part already. This reimagining of the classic fairy tale features two strong-willed sisters: Anya, shy and romantic, and Ingrid, outspoken and sensible. When their widowed mother is once again victim to the judgments of others, she tells a tiny lie -- Anya can turn straw into gold. Soon, the story "spins" out of control when the King believes Anya is the reason their nation is out of money and demands she perform her special skill for the royal coffers. Mix in magical companions, mistaken identities, a short villain, and princess wannabes -- is this a recipe for disaster? Or happily ever after?