Why see Into The Woods?
Not All Fairytales Have A Happy Ending
A darkly witty show, Into the Woods delves into the fairytale world created by the Grimm brothers. With cameos and vignettes by Cinderella, Jack (of the beanstalk), Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and more making an appearance in the tale of a simple baker and his wife, who have been cursed by the Wicked Witch. As the plot unfolds, we see the consequences of a wish and how they can start of being everything you ever dreamed of, and evolve into the reason for your despair.
A much-cherished entry in the Broadway canon, Into The Woods first appeared on Broadway in 1986 starring Bernadette Peters and has been revived many times since; it even saw its transfer to the big screen starring Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep.
The moral of this story? Sadly we all must come to terms with growing up, and happily ever after was only ever just a story.
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Evan Harrington as Baker
Anthony Chatmon II as Lucinda/Wolf/Cinderella's Prince
Fred Rose as Mysterious Man
Darick Pead as Milky White/Florinda/Rapunzel's Prince
Bonne Kramer as Cinderella's Stepmother/Jack's Mother
Laurie Veldheer as Cinderella/Granny
Vanessa Reseland as Witch
Philippe Arroyo as Jack/Steward
Eleasha Gamble as Baker's Wife
Lisa Helmi Johanson as Little Red Riding Hood/Rapunzel
Joshua Archer, Javier Ignacio, Kate Moore, Evan Rees, Alanna Saunders, and Chris Sweatt
Directed by Noah Brody & Ben Steinfeld
Scenic Design by Derek McLane
Costume Design by Whitney Locher
Lighting Design by Christopher Akerlind
Sound Design by Darron L. West & Charles Coes
Orchestrations by Frank Galgano & Matt Castle
Music Supervision by Matt Castle
Choreography by Lisa Shriver
All is Right Into the Woods
Love me some Milky White!
Great actors and incredible music!