Based on the book by Judith Viorst, the children’s theatre version of ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY (adapted by the book’s author herself with music by Shelly Markham) is certainly not just for children! Director Josiah Donnell astutely pointed out in his director’s note that [...]Read more ›
Articles by: Talia Kaplan
Talia Kaplan is a member of Penncrest High School’s Class of 2014. Since the age of seven, Talia has acted in over 25 shows and has taken multiple classes with Pennsylvania theatres and groups including the Players Club of Swarthmore, Hedgerow Theatre, and Young People’s Theatre Workshop. At Penncrest High School, Talia both performs in shows and plays an active role behind the scenes as well (working on crew and as the head of Business and Publicity for the annual winter production). She is a proud member of the International Thespian Society. Talia is very grateful for the opportunity to be an intern and student reviewer for STAGE Magazine.
Written by the Brothers Grimm, Cinderella has been adapted into many books, plays, and movies, perhaps the most well known adaptation being Disney’s famous cartoon. Today, Cinderella is a popular choice for Children’s Theatre. The classic combination of a kindhearted girl, a lost shoe, and a love-struck prince captures children’s [...]Read more ›
Over the years, princesses have captured the hearts of many children and adults alike. Rapunzel has recently been all the rage with Disney’s fairly new movie, Tangled, but the heroine has been around for hundreds of years. Now, the whole family can see a brand new musical version of RAPUNZEL [...]Read more ›