Fort Peck Summer Theatre’s Fractured Fairy Tales
Despite the cancellation of the regular season, Fort Peck Summer Theatre is pleased to continue the touring Theatre for Young Audiences program with this summer’s production of Fractured Fairy Tales.
Written and arranged by FPST artistic director Andy Meyers, classic fairy tales are turned upside down with unexpected twists, unlikely heroes and a host of zany characters. This fast-paced collection of stories is sure to leave audiences of all ages laughing, while the timeless lessons of friendship, reaching goals and acceptance from the traditional fairy tales still shine.
Fractured Fairy Tales will be directed by performing arts camp director Megan Wiltshire, whose many FPST credits include directing the hit productions of Peter Pan, Grease and Disney’s Tarzan.
The cast features siblings Bright Wright and Ian Wright.
Theatre for Young Audience is designed to educate and enlighten youth, with a goal to bring visibility, excitement and awareness about the performing arts. Approximately 40 minutes in length, TYA productions are perfect for the entire family: geared towards children, but sure to engage all ages while it encourages and fosters a love for theatre. Admission for these performances is free.
Fractured Fairy Tales tour schedule is as follows. Continue to check the exact locations of these performance, as some will be moving to outside spaces to accommodate social-distancing protocols.
•Tuesday, July 21: 10 a.m. at Greet the Dawn Auditorium, Poplar
•Tuesday, July 21: 2 p.m. at Glasgow Library, Glasgow
•Wednesday, July 22: 2 p.m. at The Rex Theatre, Scobey
•Tuesday, July 23: 2 p.m. at Phillips County Museum, Malta
•Saturday, July 25: 10 a.m. at Fort Peck Interpretive Center, Fort Peck