About the Show
Second Street Players  /  Riverfront Theatre  /  2 South Walnut St.  /  Milford, DE 19963  /  (302) 422-0220  /  info@secondstreetplayers.com
SSP's Children's Dessert Theatre presents
Cats...   Emma Culp and Jacklynn Gross
Queen...  Penny Gross
Mirror...  Bill W.J. Walton
Princess Snow White...  Nolah Killian
Prince Robert...  Christopher Yolek
Huntsmen...  Dalton Carter
Enchanted Vixen...  Aylish Harmony Walton
Sarge...  Guy Crawford
Gabby.  Amelia Watkins
Gloomy Gus...  Josh Gross
Ticklish...  Dawson Gertke
Spritely...  Sydney Gross
Snore...  Lindsay Soja
Slowpoke...  Terran Thompson
Esmeralda...  Lauren Elizabeth David
Crone...  Sharon Buchanan

Woodland Animals:
Deer...  Jayson FelkerDoe...  Amanda Donohue
Fawn...  Rachel BrzezeckiBird...  Colby Crawford
Skunk...  Maxine Megee Raccoon...  Hunter Crew
Fox...  Erin KozielecSquirrels...  Tali Keen and Will Evans
Bunnies...  Mckenzie Crew, Landon Felker, and Julianna Sites

Director...  Allie Buchanan
Assistant Director...  Michael Scott Forrest
Stage Manager...  Sara Howard
Friday, FEB 28 at 7:00p
Bring the whole family!
Pay what you can / donations at the door
Saturday, MAR 1 at 7:00p
$5.00 for kids & $10.00 for adults
Sunday, MAR 2 at 1:00p
$5.00 for kids & $10.00 for adults

Riverfront Theatre
2 South Walnut St, Milford DE

The wonderful world of the Brothers Grimm is brought to life in this delightful adaptation of the familiar story filled with excitement, adventure and fun.

All our old friends are here—the lovely Princess, the mischievous Dwarfs, the Prince, the Huntsman, the evil Queen.  But wait until you meet the hilarious palace Cat and the Enchanted Vixen!  In this version, the Magic Mirror not only talks—it walks!  Shiver and shake as the scheming Queen transforms herself into various personalities like Esmeralda, the young gypsy, and a withered Crone so horrible even the Queen herself is terrified!  Don’t forget that poisonous apple waiting for our heroine.

Laughs, chases through the forest and more than enough stage magic to delight young audiences.  This is one of the most popular tales of all time, and it never fails to enchant and amaze. Fun for all ages!
by Tim Kelly