‘Fractured Fairy Tales’ in Dessert Theater

Apr 03, 2014
Providing some fairy tale archetypes are, from left, Claire Lupien, Kaitlyn Hanson and Jacob Siegel.

Waldoboro — The Medomak Valley Players will serve up “Fractured Fairy Tales,” with everything from Rumplestiltskin to Leaping Beauty, plus Moody’s Diner pie during the annual Dessert Theater show Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12, at 7 p.m. in the Ronald E. Dolloff Auditorium of Medomak Valley High School, Manktown Road.

"Fractured Fairy Tales: Honoring Edward Everett Horton” offers a chance to relive the silly stories from “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,” embellished with MVHS’ own added schtick. Cast members are Josh Beckett, Chelcie Luce, Juno Buendia, Finley Ganz, Christina McClure, Micah Morin, Jacob Siegel, Claire Lupien, Kaitlyn Hanson, Antyna Gould, Julia Clark and Jeannie Trueman; and crew members are Tekia Cox and Katie Goldrup.

Many parents and friends are assisting in this sweet treat of a production that includes cast members serving tasty slices of Moody’ Diner pies during intermission in the cafeteria. Everyone is invited to enjoy a fun evening (or two) supporting these talented stars.

Admission at the door will be $8, which includes pie and coffee, tea or a cold drink.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.

Doin’ the “Fractured Fairy Tale” thing are, from left, Juno Buendia, Jeannie Trueman and Jacob Siegel.
Medomak Valley Players Kaitlyn Hanson and Jacob Siegel tell their tale.
Antyna Gould sets up another tale.
The full troupe poses for a pic. From left are, front, Micah Morin (standing), Jacob Siegel, Julia Clark and Jeannie Trueman; middle row, Katie Goldrup, Tekia Cox, Claire Lupien, Kaitlyn Hanson and Antyna Gould; and, in back, Josh Beckett (standing), Chelcie Luce, Juno Buendia, Finley Ganz and Christina McClure.
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