Whidbey Children’s Theater announces 2012-2013 “Season Of Magic And Enchantment” at afternoon Ice Cream SocialEach of our shows reveals the special heart, soul, and spirit of the very real people at the core of each of these magic tales and enchanted worlds
Before a standing-room-only crowd at Whidbey Children’s Theater on Saturday afternoon, WCT Artistic Director Rose Woods announced the 2012-2013 production slate, the “Season of Magic and Enchantment.”
“All of our productions across the age groups this year celebrate the enthralling worlds of fantasy and sorcery,” Woods said. “In addition, each of our shows reveals the special heart, soul, and spirit of the very real people at the core of each of these magic tales and enchanted worlds.”
The announcement was made as the centerpiece of “Raise the Curtain,” an old-fashioned “Ice Cream Social,” where more than 200 local families, friends, and supporters of the venerable WCT gathered in the theater lobby of the Porter Building on Anthes Avenue in downtown Langley.
Whidbey Children’s Theater 2012-2013
“Season Of Magic and Enchantment”
Disney’s Sleeping Beauty (Elementary): Directed by Rose Woods.
Auditions: September 11, 2012.
Opens October 19, closes October 28.
Willy Wonka (Middle School): Directed by Ken Martinez
Auditions: October 23, 2012.
Opens December 7, closes December 22.
Disney's Aladdin (Elementary): Directed by Ken Martinez
Auditions: January 8, 2013.
Opens March 1, closes March 10.
The Little Prince (Middle School): Directed by Ahna Dunn-Wilder
Auditions: March 12, 2013
Opens April 26, closes May 5.
The Wizard of Oz (High School): Directed by Melanie Lowey
Auditions: March 18, 2013
Opens May 17, closes June 2.
Once on This Island (Choochokam): Directed by Matt Bell.
Auditions: June 4, 2013
Opens June 28, closes July 14.
For further information:
Whidbey Children’s Theater
222 Anthes (Porter Building)
Langley, WA 98260
Box Office: 360.221.2282
Founded in 1981, Whidbey Children's Theater is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children by creating opportunities for them to discover, experience, and participate in the performing arts.