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Home Past Productions 2010-2011 Spotlight Series The Hundred Dresses
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"The Hundred Dresses"

Director: Joe Chapa
Costumer: Karen Pierce-Burks
Technical Director & Set Designer: Richard Blake
Stage Manager: Jonathan Lannom

 

  

WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THE CAST:
Maddie .......................... Madison Gilbert
Peggy ........................... Bethany Darwin
Cecille ........................... Bella Murphy
Wanda .......................... Sara Jackson
Willie ............................. Brian Thompson
Jack .............................. Ivan Friend
Ms.Mason ....................... Miranda Culp
Mr. Petronski .................. Rob Darwin
Jacob ............................ Andy Truelove
Shelly ............................ Mary Harris
Mr. Svenson ................... Kit Hussey
Announcer ..................... Kit Hussey

Synopsis:
Sometimes saying nothing is as bad as saying something mean...
That's what Maddie Reeves discovers in the play The Hundred Dresses, adapted from the 1944 book that has a Newbery Honor and a Caldecott Medal. Set in the 1930's, the story begins when the Petronskis, a poor Polish immigrant family, move to town. When Wanda Petronski tells Maddie's rich best friend Peggy that she has a hundred dresses, Peggy laughs in disbelief, and points out that Wanda wears the same dress to school every day. Why would you do that if you had a hundred dresses? From that point on, Peggy teases Wanda about her dresses. While Maddie doesn't tease Wanda, she does nothing to stop it for fear of being teased herself. Will Maddie learn that it is more important to speak out and stand up for people, even if it is not the popular thing to do?

  Read the amazing review in the Ft Worth  here.

 

Production Photos:
* The slideshow below is for preview purposes only.  To view larger versions and/or purchase your own print,
         please visit our amazing Photographer, Paul Knudsen of Portfolio Studio and his website!

Last Updated on Monday, 07 November 2011 12:38