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STARS Theater Company announces THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER, The Musical will be presented December 1-3 at Scott Hall in Bedford.  The production is the annual fall musical presented by the Shooting STARS, the 8-12 yr old youth repertory company of STARS Theater Company. 

The shoemakers, Mom and Matilda Cobblestone, have a kind heart but little money in the coffer.  Moved by the plight of an old beggar woman, they give away their last pair of shoes.  Then, the fun begins!  Out pop five weird, endearing little elves:  Mortz, Schwartz, Hazel, Gracie, and Studebaker, who whip up the most fantastic and magical shoes the town of Clankbottom has ever seen.  THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER, The Musical is an upbeat, fast-paced retelling of the classic children’s story.  Filled with wacky characters and clever dialogue it’s great entertainment for the entire family.   Be sure to bring the kids to see the upbeat story with a gentle message about the nature of kindness.

Heading the cast as Mom and Matilda Cobblestone are Carolina Paredes of Grapevine and Carson Hawkins of Euless.  Kamryn Vucina of Keller takes on the hilarious role of the evil landlady, Sneerella Twerm.  The production is directed by Lu Anne Tyson of Hurst with choreography by Sue Hurst of Grapevine and vocal direction by Paula-Beth Toller of Arlington.

THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER, The Musical runs one weekend only:  Friday and Saturday at 7:00 and Sunday at 3:00pm.  Scott Hall is located in the First United Methodist Church in Bedford, 1245 Shadybrook Dr. in Bedford.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children under 12.  Call 817-925-1430 or check the website:  www.STARSTheaterCompany.org for more information.

STARS Theater Company is a non-profit educational theater for young people located in Northeast Tarrant County. STARS provides professional guidance, education, and training in theater arts to young people. Our professional staff includes a voice instructor, choreographer, and director. - Contact Lu Anne at  
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