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
THE CAST

Bilbo...   Addie Hammer
Gandalf...  Minor Hardin
Balin...   Ireland Stump
Dwalin...   Aryanna Tangaro
Oin...   Garrett Lopez
Gloin...   Brodie Sapp
Bifur...   Emily Hopkins
Bofur...   Ethan Forrest
Bombur...   Michael McKain
Dori...   Aurora Fennemore
Ori...   Savannah Gerdes
Nori...   Erin French
Fili...   Tyler Potocki
Kili...   Nicholas Cabrera
Thorin Okenshield...   Colby Crawford
Goblin King / Bard...   Shawn Merillo
Dork...   Arthur Paul
Doof...   Michael Forrest
Gollum...   Scott Hammer
Maxwell...   Tryston Bellon
Smaug...   Jeff Bellon
Other Men and Goblins...
Gabriel Fennemore    Kathy Hubbard    Stephen McCann


THE PRODUCTION TEAM

Directors...   W.J. Walton and Paula Smith
Assistant Director...   Lauren David
Stage Manager...   Isabella Tranchina

2019 Children's Theater presents

J.R.R. Tolkien's

directed by W.J. Walton and Paula Smith

Friday OCT 11 at 7:00p
Saturday OCT 12 at 7:00p
Sunday OCT 13 at 2:00p

SSP's Riverfront Theater
Downtown Milford, Delaware
THE STORY...

This adaptation by Edward Mast from J.R.R. Tolkien's classic The Hobbit is a suspenseful, fast-moving journey through the sometimes dark, sometimes charming, always compelling world of Middle Earth.

Bilbo Baggins is a comfortably well-off hobbit with a love for rousing adventure stories. Real adventures, however, are definitely not his cup of tea. So when Gandalf the wizard knocks at Bilbo's door, bringing with him Thorin Oakenshield, eleven ragged looking dwarfs, and a contract for an adventure to recover the lost treasure of Lonely Mountain, Bilbo Baggins could not be less interested—at first.

But Bilbo's love of a good story gets the better of him, and before he knows it, he is off on a perilous quest over mountain and under hill through caves and forest and slimy dark places.