On Stage

Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs

When: Sat., Aug. 8, 2 & 7 p.m. 2009

The Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts presents a professional, live-theater production for children and families. The St. Thomas Playhouse, a group of professional actors from Sun Valley, perform Moses Goldberg's Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs. Two of the most-loved fairy tales are merged together with one common enemy, the big, bad wolf. The play calls for audience participation to help the industrious and clever third Pig build a sturdy brick house. Audience members young and old will squirm with suspense as Red Riding Hood is sweet talked by a wolf with a sense of humor as big as his appetite. The play is directed by Andrew Alburger. Costumes are designed by Alison Higdon, scenic design is by Kevin Johnson and scenic painting is by Judy Stoltzfus. Sara Gorby serves as choreographer. For questions and tickets, contact TRICA at 208-344-2220.

Price: $7 per person

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