Endless Mountains Theatre Company invites everyone to attend “Ever After Ball” on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25-26, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m.
Find out what happens when fairytale princesses become disgruntled with the ending to their stories. This comic, family-friendly, tale for all ages was written by local playwrights, Kim and April Holgate, inspired by Grimm’s fairytales. The play is under the direction of Sandra Raub.
Will Princesses Patty (Lindsey Glidden), Lizzie (Heather Considine) and Gwen (Sandra Raub), be stuck with a frog, a beggar, and a tailor “who killed seven with one blow” – or find their true happily ever after with a more appealing Prince Charming?
With helpful tips from a self-proclaimed Fairy Godmother (Staci Wilson), the princesses venture out to find Rapunzel (Emily Hall) Snow White (Kimberly Fisher) and Cinderella (Rebecca Barnes) and scramble the ending of everyone’s story.
Find out what happens when they all come together at the Ever After Ball.
Director Sandra Raub said, “This show is truly delightful for all audiences. I am so pleased EMTC is bringing this comedy fairytale to life on the stage. While the entire cast is amazing, Frog Prince Francisco is, admittedly, my favorite character, as he searches for ‘just one kiss’ from his princess.”
EMTC is thrilled to be able to stage this show in the Reimel Event Centre, Church Street Marketplace, 158 Church St., Montrose, and thank them for their commitment to performing arts in Susquehanna County. Tickets are $15 and available at the door.
“Ever After Ball” marks EMTC’s first performance of the 2022 season. Other upcoming shows planned include “Right is the Price,” a gameshow within a show that includes contestants from the audience; a murder mystery; the children’s show, “Pippi;” and the musical, “Godspell.” Additional productions are also planned for the fall/winter.
“EMTC is a non-profit theater company that relies on community support,” said EMTC chair Staci Wilson. “Our program advertising sales initiative for this season is getting underway now. Advertising sales help to offset the licensing and overall costs of productions – which continue to rise. EMTC appreciates all the businesses who continue to support theatre arts in Susquehanna County.”
If you would like to place an ad in the upcoming program shell, contact any EMTC board member or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
EMTC is always looking for volunteers to join them both on the stage and behind the scenes. EMTC supporting memberships are also available. For more information on how you can become involved, talk to any EMTC board member, or email: email@example.com.