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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Cast of Characters
Narrator.................. Tom Heintzelman
Cinderella............... Mary Crowley
Jack........................ Dale Mason
Jack's Mother......... Lori Ann Fahnders
Baker...................... Ed Macmurdo
Baker's Wife.......... Cynda Wrightsman
Cinderella's Stepmother.. Debbie Rudis
Florinda................... Karee Prince
Lucinda.................. Sara Sherrrow
Cinderella's Father.. Gil Opferman
Littler Red Ridinghood... Rachel Friedman
Witch....................... Nancy Diefenback
Cinderella's Mother/ Granny... Tamera Turner
Mysterious Man............. Dennis Rendleman
Wolf........................... Matt Schwartz
Rapunzel.................... Katie O'Brien
Rapunzel's Prince...... Victor Holstein
Cinderella's Prince...... Steve Williams
Steward........................ Sean-Edward D. Hall
"Into The Woods," is a mixture of Cinderella, Little Red Ridinghood, Jack In The Bean Stalk, Rapunzel, and The Baker and The Baker's Wife. It was held at the Springfield Theatre on Lawrence Street, on the eighth day of the tenth month of the year 2000. The plays were not separated in their own section the whole time. They mixed them all together most of the time. It was very interesting and entertaining. This musical was set in the woods (the whole time). Every skit was just like the original ones, but they put a little twist to them to make them funnier.
When I went, I had gotten there just in time. There were three women there that had an extra ticket, and to top it off their tickets/seats were in the front row center. So I had a very good view. As I sat down, I noticed on the stage one of the actors. He was Jack for "Jack in the Bean Stalk." Jack is one of the teachers at Ursuline Academy, Dale Mason. He was not my teacher, but I did know him. I thought that that was pretty cool.
I liked everything about the musical "Into The Woods." It was not even that long. It was only an hour and a half. It was funny and entertaining. The actors/actresses were very much into the play. They all sang and danced, and they looked like they were having fun at what they were doing. That makes a show better to watch. I would like to see it again, only if I didn't have to pay $9 for it. I would even recommend a friend to go and see it. There was nothing that I did not like about the musical. The whole thing was just wonderful.
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In the programs they have the cast members and a brief summary about where they went to school, what they acted in, etc. That's good because then you can see what kind of background they have in acting. It also has future shows in it for the Springfield Theatre and the Sangamon State Auditorium.
I really liked this musical "Into The Woods." I would go and see it again. It's cute, funny, entertaining, and it's great to watch. I'm glad that I chose this musical for my Music Appreciation class report.