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Bald Mountain Theater Presents: Puss in Boots (or How to Get Ahead in the World)

When:
November 3, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2016-11-03T19:00:00-04:00
2016-11-03T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
Heartbeet Community Center
218 Town Farm Rd
Hardwick, VT 05843
USA
Cost:
$15 for adults, $12 for under 10 and over 65, and family of four $40

Bald Mountain Theater presents a 13-town Vermont tour of their wildly original, all-ages adaptation of the classic story PUSS IN BOOTS, or How to Succeed in the Modern World

Based out of Rochester, Vermont, Bald Mountain brings classic stories across Vermont – Live!

What does it take to get ahead in the world? When a third son inherits nothing but a cat, he prepares to starve. But this is no ordinary cat! In Bald Mountain’s fast and fun new adaptation, Puss in Boots is ambitious, driven to push his master to the top. Which begs the question for the son—and for us all—what kind of success do we want?

Expanded from the original story, this lively adaptation by Bald Mountain’s creative director Ethan Bowen features a small yet dynamic cast playing many roles paired with a driving score that bursts into song. Bowen says, “This story is the American dream gone wild and we had a blast peopling the work with wonderfully vivid characters. Characters change on the fly, dialects flying every which way, and physical comedy is the rule of the day.”

“One of the most difficult aspects of this role,” says actor Tristan Rich-Goding, who plays the third son, “is training myself not to laugh. The script is funny whether you’ve heard it once or a hundred times.”

In addition to original music by Justine Calnan-Cavacas and sets by Robert Melik Finkle, the play features Burlington actress Dana Block as Puss in Boots, Tristan Rich-Goding as the third son, and Christine Meagher and Toby Mueller-Medlicott as every other character and sometimes more than one at a time.

Please visit www.baldmountaintheater.org or call (802) 767-4800 for more information.

Tickets available at the door of each venue: $15 for adults, $12 for under 10 and over 65, and family of four $40. Reservations can be made by calling or emailing Bald Mountain Theater.