STARS Theater Company presents THE EVER AFTER, November 30-December 2 at Scott Hall in Bedford. Performances are Friday & Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 3pm.
Apparently “happily ever after” isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Cinderella and her middle-aged 'beauty-impaired' stepsisters along with Snow White and the Evil Queen attempt to reconcile after being estranged for over 20 years. This hysterical musical fairy tale has it all: a rapping mirror, a prince who is turning back into a frog and even Jiminy Cricket who’s working as an occupational therapist. Add the foot tapping score with songs like “'Beauty Impaired' and 'Dainty Do-Gooder' and you have great family entertainment.
Heading up the cast are two TV hosts, played by Lucy Toller from Arlington and Kaya Bullock from Haltom City. They do their best to keep the kooky cast of characters on a course to reconciliation. The Stepsisters are played by Reagan Hanacik from Bedford and Amelie Archer from Keller. Cinderella is played by North Richland Hills resident Sabrina Goral. Reese Hanacik from Bedford plays the role of Snow White and the Evil Queen is played by Emerson Hodges also from Bedford. The mirror with an attitude is played by Haltom City resident, Rhiana Bullock. Jimminy Cricket and the friendly Frog Prince are played by David and Patrick Blake from Fort Worth.
Kids of all ages will enjoy STARS Theater Company’s production of THE EVER AFTER. Scott Hall is located on the campus of the First United Methodist Church in Bedford, 1245 Bedford Rd. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children under 12. For ticket information call 817-925-1430 or check out the website at www.STARSTheaterCompany.org
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.