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Twelve Dancing Princeses, Her Heart Belongs to Heartburn 2007 Last Modified: Friday, March 13, 2009
Children's Theater Workshop 2007

PRESENTS

Twelve Dancing Princeses
by Phillis McCallum
Directed by Marti McWilliams and Sara Burns

Synopsis

From Pioneer Drama Service:

Where do the twelve dancing princesses disappear to each night? And how do they wear out their dancing slippers by morning? The king tries in vain to find out; ten princes try and fail. Finally, a young soldier (with the aid of a magic cloak which makes him invisible) follows the princesses to a mysterious underground kingdom where they dance the night away under a hypnotic spell. It's all part of a plot by the evil prime minister to take over the kingdom by keeping the princesses forever in his underground realm. But the young soldier exposes the plot and, as his reward, wins the loveliest princess of all for his bride.


Published by Pioneer Drama Service.


AND

Her Heart Belongs to Heartburn
OR
Unsteady Times At The Stagger Inn
by Karen Fendrich
Directed by Marti McWilliams and Sara Burns

Synopsis

From Pioneer Drama Service:

Sweet Mary Belle, the heroine, has inherited the valuable Stagger Inn. However, her villainous step- sisters and the sheriff have kept this knowledge from her in order to further their own vile plans. Just as the evil sheriff is preparing to force Mary Belle into an unwanted marriage, she is saved by the timely arrival of Harry Heartburn, unemployed deputy, itinerant chef and all-around hero!


Published by Pioneer Drama Service.

From the Program:

Twentyfour children participate in this workshop. Their ages are almost 7 through 12. They represent seven area schoos - Lakeside, Lake Hamilton, Gospel Light Park, Bismark, Fountain Lake, Cutter Morning Star, and home school.


June 2007

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Twelve Dancing Princesses
CAST
(in Order of Appearance)
King Phlustard: Justin Atta
Agatha: Kathryn Garner
Foxx: Zachary Brown
Jonathan: Joseph Pultz
Malicia: Grace Drake
Felicia: Payton Hamric
Alicia: Luba Signorelli
Zeldicia: Lexi Tejcek
Patricia: Rachel Glendenning
Letitia: Kodie Brown
Benicia: Katie Hardister
Mauricia: Julia Goff
Norbert: Jackson Victorian
Humbert: Taylor Burnett
Gilbert: Gideon Drake
Frankfort: Quentin Goff
Herbert: Michael Hardister
Rupert: Stefan Daily
Slobert: Patrick O'Regan
Dancers, Understudies, and Extras:
Justin Atta, Kodie Brown, Zackary Brown, Taylor Burnett,
Stefan Daily, Gideon Drake, Grace Drake, Katie Evans,
Kathryn Garner, Rachel Glendenning, Julia Goff, Quentin Goff,
Rachel Golden, Lexie Hampo, Katie Hardister, Michael Hardister,
Taylor Martin, Patrick O'Regan, Rachel O'Regan, Matthew Pultz,
Joseph Pultz, Luba Signorelli, Lexi Tejcek, and Jackson Victorian
Her Heart Belongs to Heartburn
OR
Unsteady Times At The Stagger Inn
CAST
(in Order of Appearance)
Bertha Backbite: Katie Evans
Belinda Backbite: Rachel O'Regan
Mary Belle: Lexie Hampo
Little Girl: Rachel Golden
Les Law: Matthew Pultz
Harry Heartburn: Michael Hardister
Announcers: Liba Signorelli
Stefan Daily
Our Crew
Producer: Linda Rickel
Director: Marti McWilliams and Sara Burns
Asst. Director/Stage Manager: Jessica Jones
Theater Volunteers: Dee Farr
Tom Farr
Barbara J. White
Bill White
Joan Williams
Graphic Arts: Lexi Tejeck
Webmaster: John Lukas
OUR SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation
Hot Springs Area Community Foundation
Youth Advisory Council of Hot Springs Area
Arkansas Community Foundation

Our apologies to anyone whose name was inadvertantly omitted. A special thanks to all of those who have worked so hard to make Pocket Theatre the success it is!!