Join us for a February matinee of our latest Children’s Theater production—a hybrid virtual screening of a live filmed performance of GRETEL! THE MUSICAL.
Directed by Dawn Kolden. Musical Direction by Linda Moyer. Book by Jason Tremblay and Suzan Zeder. Music by Jenn Hartmann Luck. Lyrics by Jenn Hartmann Luck, Suzan Zeder and Jason Tremblay. Cello Arrangements by Nora Karakousoglou.
Sunday, February 28
“Doors open” [via Zoom link] at 2:00 PM.
Performance begins at 2:30 PM.
Actor talkbacks after every show!
1-2 viewers per household: $15
3-4 viewers per household: $25
5+ viewers per household: $40
Bonus virtual option: You can also purchase access to a Vimeo link, which can be viewed at your own convenience between Feb. 26–March 7 [click here for more details on that ticket option].
Please note: All Zoom and/or Vimeo links will be emailed to participants prior to opening night, and/or after the first two performance weekends (in the case of the “watch anytime” option). If you’ve purchased tickets to a show, you will receive an email with a Zoom link for that show the day before the show, and then twice the day of the show. Thank you!
Additional donations to the McCall Arts & Humanities Council always possible and appreciated.
If you would like to sponsor this or future Children’s Theater productions, please contact Kerri at McCallArtsHumanities@Gmail.com.
More about GRETEL! THE MUSICAL
Before there was Hansel, there was Gretel! Based on the Russian source that is the origin story of the tale, this musical focuses on the girls and women at the center of the adventure. Featuring folk/rock music, the songs capture the darkness but also the humor and humanity of Gretel’s journey to fetch the skull of undying light from Baba Yaga, one of the most fascinating witches of all time. On her way, Gretel meets the Black Knight, who holds the secrets of the stars in his cloak, and three horsemen, who carry the sun across the sky. Once Gretel reaches Baba Yaga’s hut on chicken legs, she confronts the witch. Baba Yaga sets three impossible tasks for Gretel to complete in exchange for the skull. In the tasks, Gretel discovers the positive power of her anger, the comfort of her compassion, the gift of her grief, and the truth of her own birthright, as she teaches herself how to survive.