Festival Theatre cast seventeen local youth from the largest youth auditions in history of the theatre. The cast is made up of Lila Dabill from Lindstrom who will take the stage as Snow White. The seven dwarfs are delightfully portrayed by Aydin Koenig of Luck, Leila Koehler of Osceola, Shaw Styles of St. Croix Falls, Laura Sechrist of Lindstrom, Nolan Roode of Luck, Grace Miller of Lake Elmo and Abby Ruona of St. Croix Falls. Morgan Johnson of Osceola and Carl Hallberg of Lindstrom play opposite each other as King and Queen and Vanessa Wolff of St.Croix Falls rounds off the castle's inhabitants as the infamous Mirror. Journie Rosenow of Dresser performs as the harrowing huntsman and the tale’s beloved prince is played by Jerry Eisen of St. Croix Falls. James Mullin of Balsam Lake appears as Brutus. This adaption by Jaclyn Johnson, features a tour de force trio of narrators craftily weaving the story including Elliana Naegelen of Dresser as Owl, Addie Koenig of Luck as Raven and Brecken Styles of St. Croix Falls as Dove. Leading this talented youth cast is one of Festival’s favorite guest artists, Kimberly Braun who will play the Wicked Queen. This Brothers Grimm classic is being directed under the vibrant direction of Andrew Bradford Benson.
Festival invites you to the afterglow party that will be held opening night, March 20th, with live music by the Luck Area String Ensemble directed by Josh Pedraja starting at 6:45 PM. You can join the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs artists for conversation and more live music after the show with tasty treats sponsored by gfGoodies.
You won't want to miss Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs running March 20th through March 29th at the St. Croix Festival Theatre. Tickets are $13.50 for adults and $8.50 for youth and can be purchased at FestivalTheatre.org, emailing email@example.com or by calling the box office at 715-483-3387. Student matinee’s are available and can be reserved by calling the box office. Festival Theatre is located in downtown St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin at 210 North Washington Street in the historic Civic Auditorium.