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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

This Week - The Frog Prince!

For audiences in Massachusetts – You can see this wonderful production on Sunday, October 10th at the North Shore Musical Children’s Theatre in Saugus, MA. For tickets to the show in Saugus, please call 781.230.EXPO or
email Tickets are $9 in advance and $12 day of show and include a free healthy snack!

Kaleidoscope’s monthly series in Rhode Island continues on October 16, 2010, at the Scottish Rites Auditorium (2115 Broad St. Cranston, RI), with “The Frog Prince.” Showtime is 2:00pm and admission is
$10 in advance and $12 on the day of the performance for stadium seating and $8 in advance and $10 day of show for floor seating. For this performance only, Kaleidoscope will be offering a special 2 for 1 ticket deal! If you pay for your tickets in advance, you can get one free ticket for every one you buy! Contact our office at (401) 942-3637 to purchase your tickets!

Show synopsis:
Splash! Young Prince Noble is having a really bad day –
a smelly Gypsy woman is in love with him, he gets pushed down
a well, and then he’s transformed into an icky green frog! Now
instead of traveling the land looking for a beautiful wife,
he's short, green, and hoping to catch a fly for dinner, as he
laments in the humorous song  "Whenever I see a Fly".

Will Prince Noble learn a lesson in humility and win the lovely
Princess Cassandra’s heart with the beautiful ballad "How I
Love This Feeling?" Join us on October 10th and watch as plots
twist, stories intertwine, and all the characters discover that
Happy Endings can happen when you least expect them!

Kaleidoscope Theatre’s Education Coordinator, Jamie Dellorco recently interviewed two members of the cast, Bob Macaux and Emily Staples, about their experiences with “The Frog Prince.” Bob and Emily play Prince Henry and Princess Ariana in the show and have done so for many years now. (See photo.)

Q: When did you first start performing in “The Frog Prince”?
Bob: I began touring with this production in 2005.
Emily: I started in the summer of 2007 after I performed as one of the 3 good fairies in “Sleeping Beauty” the summer before.

Q: What is your favorite thing about working on this production?
Bob: I enjoy getting to perform in a musical and to practicing my acting skills.
Emily: I like being a part of a team and getting to work with all the other actors.

Q: Do you have a favorite scene in the show?
Bob: I like the scene at the beginning when I harass Anya, the Gypsy Queen, and she chases me off the stage.
Emily: My favorite is when Prince Henry and I find out that he is a prince so our characters can get married after all!

Come see Bob and Emily’s favorite scenes and chose a scene of your own on October 16th! Call (401) 942-3637 to buy your tickets!

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