Is The Wolf villain or victim? Are The Three Pigs innocent or at fault? The Jurors—Miss Muffet, Bo Peep, Cinderella and Humpty-Dumpty, to name a few)—solid citizens or characters with a past?
And what about Judge Wise O. Al? Is justice on his side, or does he have a secret to hide? Then there’s the media, a reporter, newscaster and town crier. Have they come to accurately report the proceedings, or to turn the courtroom into a media circus? And who is that surprise witness at the end?
The answers to these profound questions and even more are revealed once and for all in this rollicking, fun-filled, action-packed trial-of-the-century. Just as he did in the widely produced Trial of Goldilocks, Joseph Robinette examines the guilt, or innocence, of the accused from different points of view and comes up with a surprising, yet eminently satisfying, conclusion in which no one escapes unscathed. And, as a bonus, a lesson or two is learned along the way.
It all ends happily ever after, of course, with the newly bonded Wolf and Pigs along with the fairy-tale jury and all the others heading for a post-trial party at the castle of Old King Cole. A true ensemble piece, this delightful comedy, with its intriguing story line and vivid characterizations, will appeal to audiences of all ages.
- June 16 & 17 at 7:00pm
- Coleman Theatre Event Listing: Youth on Stage!
- Order tickets by phone, (918) 540-2425, or online via Vendini Tickets
- Youth on Stage Signup/Audition: THIS MONDAY, May 16th from 6-7pm
- Ages: 8-14 years old
- Price: $60 per child
- Director(s): Pamela Catt & Dillon Rasberry