Children’s Theatre Workshop | Mother Goose is Eaten by Werewolves
A Play Performed by Children for Children and Others
Mother Goose is no fool. As soon as she discovers real werewolves are in this production, she makes a break for it and it looks like our show’s over before it’s even begun. But wait! Four adventurous audience members — a fairy godmother, a witch, a prince and a wolf — save the day by acting out their own versions of “Sleeping Beauty.” With the participation of a helpful stage manager and other members of the audience, a good time is guaranteed for all — it’s not Mother Goose, but it is hilariously entertaining.
July 29–30, 2:00 p.m. and 7 p.m.
July 31, 2:00 p.m.
Admission charged; visit EdenPrairiePlayers.com for ticket information.
About the Children’s Theatre Workshop
Established in 2005, the Children’s Theatre Workshop provides a community-based summer program for children ages 9–15 to learn and grow their theater skills.
Each spring children audition for roles in the show, often with no prior stage experience. Many grow to become cast members in Eden Prairie Players summer musicals.
Auditions typically take place in late March or early April.