The Illusion Factory

 

2012-2013 Season


Cinderhood

By Dennis McCarthy

What happens when two children’s favorites, Cinderella and Red Riding Hood, collide head on? What happens is Cinderhood, in which the Brave Woodsman is actually the Wolf who’s actually the Fairy Godmother, but not the real Fairy Godmother, while the Woodsman mistakes Red Riding Hood for the Wolf masquerading as Red’s Grandma.  Will Cinderella find her way out of Grandma’s cottage and arrive at the ball in time to meet the Handsome Prince?  Will the Handsome Prince figure out a way to talk to girls?  Only Cinderhood has the answers to these and other earth-shattering questions!

 

 

Recommended for K-8

55 Minutes
Available October 2012 - June  2013

   

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

By Dr. Seuss

Enjoy this classic read with pizzazz and style! Perfect for your annual holiday party entertainment.



How the Grinch Stole Christmas TM & ©Dr. Seuss  Enterprises, L.P 1957 All rights reserved. Used by Permission.

Recommended for All Ages

25 Minutes
 December 2012

   

Snow White

and the Seven Dwarfs

By Maurice Berger

Young children delight in their first theater experience by participating in the action, playing the dwarfs and trees in the magical forest!  Creative drama at its best: the audience becomes part of the play.

 

 

 

Recommended for Preschool-Grade 2

35 Minutes
Available January – June  2013

    
     


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