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adapted by Greg Banks
directed by H. Adam Harris
Theatre for Young Audiences & Families
Julianne Argyros Stage

NOV. 4-20, 2022

Leona Aronoff-Sadacca

Snow White

Forget everything you thought you knew about this classic! Snow White is reclaiming her story and acting out what really happened after her new mother took over as queen. And, with six of the Seven Dwarves missing, she and Dwarf Four (his real name, by the way) play all the characters themselves. Two incredibly talented actors take on all 14 roles in a super-fast, whip-smart, hilarious game of switcheroo that tickles your imagination and delights at each twist and turn.

Previews: Nov. 4-10, 2022
Regular Performances: Nov. 11 - 20, 2022

Recommendation: Ages 4+

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About the Creative Team

Greg Banks (Playwright) has established an international reputation in his work for young audiences of all ages. There is, throughout his work in both scripts and direction, a desire to speak honestly about the world. His scripts have a fluid muscularity, a rhythm that is echoed in the strongly physical nature of his direction. Music is an essential component. A close collaboration with composers and on stage musicians to create a live and original score, ensures that the music is fully integrated into the work, driving the story forwards, evoking place and emotion in a very specific way. It is important  that the audience is not just a passive observer, that they are acknowledged by the actors and that the story being told is shared by everyone in the room. Banks is currently a Guest  Director at The Minneapolis Children's Theatre where he has been commissioned to write and direct many adaptations of well know classics including Huck Finn, Antigone, The Hobbit, Snow White, Pinocchio, The Jungle Book and Robin Hood. He has also directed Romeo and Juliet, A Wrinkle In Time, Charlotte's Web and Sleeping Beauty for the Children's Theatre. Other productions he has written and directed include Tir Na N'og  for Travelling Light Theatre (Guardian), Nominated TMA Award. Why The Whales Came an adaptation of a Jim Sheridans film Into the West for The Plymouth Theatre Royal and Theatre Alibi (Guardian) Nominated TMA Award. He has written over thirty original scripts many of which are currently being produced at theatres and other venues  throughout the States and Canada. Some are also available through Plays For Young Audiences.


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