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Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy will present “Snow White and the 7 Littles” on Feb. 17-19 at the Von Braun Center Playhouse. CONTRIBUTED

Fantasy Playhouse to present ‘Snow White and the 7 Littles’

MADISON – Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater and Academy will present a storybook classic with a tongue-in-cheek twist in their production of “Snow White and the 7 Littles.”

Snow White is not waiting for a knight in shining armor. She’s much too busy working to provide clean water for the Littles and all the creatures of Nysland Woods.

When the jealous Queen and magic mirror stop her mission, Snow needs the help of her forest friends to save herself and the entire village. Can the Littles rescue her in time, or will the Queen’s vanity reign supreme? Find out in this new twist on a classic about kindness, community and the true meaning of beauty.

Stephen Tyler Davis, a Huntsville native and Fantasy Playhouse alumnus, wrote “Snow White and the 7 Littles” and is directing the play. This presentation is suitable for all ages.

The production team includes Kamika Williams, Assistant Director; Emily Katherine Jimmerson, Student Director; Erica Hansen, Choreographer; Joanna Broad White, Production Manager; Scott Trites, Technical Director; Kat Holley, Costume Designer; and Heidi Peterson, Creative Intern.

Cast members are Emily Rodrick (Snow Whiteheart); Larkin Grant Plaks (Queen Whiteheart); Charelle Hudgins (Mama Amo); Emmitt Jimmerson (Ahbi Amo); Leah Snowman (Veracia); Justin Hudgins (Little One); Natalie Fields (Peeve Little); Jaxon McClanathen (Sycamore Little); Adeline Creel (Bubba Little); Addy Gottlieb (Zoomie Little); Cherie Evans (Hootie Little); and Berkeley Asher Preer (Freddy Cat Little).

Five of the 12 cast members are making their Fantasy Playhouse stage debut.

Show times will be Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 18-19 at 1 and 6 p.m. at the VBC Playhouse at the corner of Monroe Street and Clinton Avenue.

Ticket prices are $21 for adults and $16 for children, three to 18 years old. Two-year-olds and younger will be admitted free, if the child sits on an adult’s lap; before the show, ask for a lap seat ticket at the box office.

To buy season tickets for Fantasy Playhouse shows, call the box office at 256-539-6829 and select option 4.

By participating in Fantasy Playhouse in-person programming, individuals voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and any variants.

Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy’s current address is 3312 Long Ave. in Huntsville. For general information, call 256-539-6829 or email info@fantasyplayhouse.com. For camp and class information, email EducationDirector@fantasyplayhouse.com.

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