Deep in the royal swamp, a selfish Princess makes a promise to befriend a lonely Frog after he retrieves her golden ball from a well. But what happens when the Princess tries every trick in the book to break her promise?
Fifty-two students, Kindergarten through 12th grade, auditioned for the cast of The Frog Prince.
The local cast includes Becca Meisner and Shelby Heaster as the Frog, Grace Anderson as Ollie the Aspen Tree, as well as Lauren Haiar as promise-breaker Princess Prim. Her sisters Princess Proper and Princess Peppy are played by Emma Tinsley and Faith Anderson. Eric Finn, Ella Bifulco, Levi Rudloff, Aspen Jones, Deklan Gill, Branson Bankenbush and Jeral Nehl play the roles of bumbling Knights; Taryn Hammond is featured as the Alligator and Angel Villegas, Jade Weaver, Jayce Hammond, Azreal Maddox, Chloe Maddox, Jordan Mouat, Gracie Nicholson, Gracie Davis, Chelsey Hougham, Willow Lindholm, Karen Ulmer, Avery Marchant, Quinten Butts and Tessa Sanderson make up the slimy, yet kindly, Swamp Things. Leading the way as the Ducks are Olivia Knutson, Savanah Peterson, Haylee Steeves, Lily Lindholm and Shannon Gilmartin. Annie Harmon, as the busy Fly, tries to make a quick escape from the nasty Venus Fly Traps, played by Glin Bailey, Remmington Johnson, Caleb Lindholm, Wudzie Zaato, Mackenna Olson, Kinsley Steeves, Maria Villegas, Porter Watts, Phoebe Skeens, Blakely Gill, Josie Jilian, Jasmin McDonald, Owen Watt and Halden Harmon. Brock Hammond and Zoe Skeens have served as Assistant Directors all week.
The Frog Prince will be presented Friday October 21 at 6 p.m. and Saturday October 22 at 11 a.m. at the Sundance High School Auditorium. Tickets are available at the door: $10 for adults, $5 students/children.
For more information, call Zeta Anderson at 756-2141.