Snow White Continues
[Apple] The Magic Circle Rep's version of the classic fairy tale Snow White continues every Saturday afternoon at 2:00pm through November 20th, with Sunday performances at 2:00pm on November 7th and 14th.

[The Evil Queen and Hillary the Cat] Do not expect the Disney version. As usual, author/Director Rosemarie Gerould has adapted the story from the original book. Our story features Snow White, and a Prince of course, and an Evil Queen, a smart mouthed Magic Mirror, the Queen's Cat and the obligatory Dwarf.

Its great fun for children of all ages from 3 to 103 and a great bargain too with tickets only $5. Reservations are not required, you simply pay for your admission at the door.

[Snow White and DL Dwarf] The title role of Snow White is played by one of our most experienced young actresses, Pheonix Vaughn. A regular member of our Children's Repertory company, Pheonix just completed our main stage production of Quilters. Other main stage productions she has appeared in include, Hello Dolly, Camelot and The Music Man.

The Evil Queen is played by Magic Circle Rep. Musical Director, Jennifer Vaughn. Jennifer also appeared in Quilters and as Dolly in [Snow White and the Prince] Hello Dolly for which she has received a Birdsall award nomination.

Another Magic Circle Children's Rep. regular and Birdsall award nominee, Anne Marie Gallagher, plays Hillary, the Queen's maid and former cat. Anne Marie received her Birdsall award nomination for her work in, appropriately, The Mousetrap.

Two newcomers to the Children's Rep company, Kristen Heitman [The Cast] and Garrett Vander Leun are also in the Snow White cast. Garrett, who received the supporting actor award in our high school drama competition earlier this year and who played the hero in our Youth workshop production of The Saga Of Sweet Hannah Sue plays the Prince. Kristen Heitman, who also just completed Quilters, as well as, Kiss Me Kate on our main stage plays all of the Dwarfs. The voice of Magic Circle Rep Executive Producer, Bob Gerould, is heard as the Magic Mirror.