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BPCC announces performances, cast for the Three Little Pigs

Courtesy Photo | Pictured (left to right): Elizabeth Jones, Nathan Coleman, Crystal Barson, Tristan Moss, John Meddlin, Taylor Brown, Lee Townsend.

The Communication and Performing Arts Division and the Cavalier Players announce the cast for the upcoming children’s show Three Little Pigs, directed by Keith Bruce.

Show dates/times are 7:00 pm on April 8 and 15, and  2:00 pm on April 9, 10, 16 and 17 in the BPCC Performing Arts Theatre, Building C, 6220 East Texas Street, Bossier City.

This is the classic fairy tale as only Steve Slaughter can tell it. You all know the story: Three sibling pigs build houses of straw, sticks, and bricks to keep the Big Bad Wolf at bay and they learn several valuable lessons along the way. The Wolf’s “huffing and puffing” blows down each house until the pigs finally band together to build a strong , stable house of bricks to protect themselves… et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.

That is only where the fun begins in this whacky musical adaptation of the classic fairy tale. Storyteller, Stephen Slaughter, has provided us with his special twist complete with goofy characters, comic situations, colorful antics, and a couple of new characters that will make you laugh until your sides hurt. There is also a special “nod” to such country-music legends as Dolly Parton, Wynonna Judd, and Garth Brooks as well as the songs that made them and others famous.

The cast will feature Tristian Moss, Nathan Coleman, Shaun Hardman, Alana Seidelman, Crystal Barson, Elizabeth Jones, Hannah Monette, Allison Miller, Lee Townsend, Taylor Brown, Lauren Holland, John Meddlin, Christian Marshall, and Erica Lawson. In addition to Keith Bruce as Director and Lighting/Sound Designer, David White is Scenic Designer/Technical Director, Jonathon Offutt is Properties Manager, and Rona Leber is the Costume Designer.

Tickets are $5 general admission and are available at the door.  For more information, call (318) 678-6021 or email: theatre@bpcc.edu.

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