It may not feel like winter in Wilton but it’s snowing on stage at Middlebrook! Come see Wilton Children’s Theater’s production of “Narnia” based on C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Come find out what’s on the other side of the wardrobe with Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. The children enter the enchanted world of Narnia and encounter creatures and spirits both good and evil. Narnia is a world where it is always winter as the land is under the spell of the cruel White Witch. The children join forces with King Aslan, the great lion, and help the Narnians take back their beloved land while learning lessons of courage and friendship. The music and songs like “Doors and Windows and “At Last it’s Christmas” truly bring the adventure together and capture the essence of Narnia
Cast members include: Mitchell Bascom, Emma Greenshields, Tyler Smith and Hannah Segerson as the Pevensie children. Lauren White as the White Witch, Preston Turk as Aslan the lion, JD Kennedy as Tumnus, Liam DeFelice and Jocelyn Dahl as Mr. and Mrs. Beaver, Julia Rothstein as the Dwarf, Drew Gumins as Fernis Ulf, Xavier Gilles as Professor Digory Kirke, Emily Ettie as Mrs. Macready, Cameron Berg as Father Christmas, and Katie Jankowski as the White Stag.
Wilton Children’s Theater is thrilled to welcome back Ginny Ruggieri as Director, along with her very talented daughter, Kristen Ruggieri, as Choreographer. We are also delighted to welcome Kevin McGuire as Fight Choreographer and the return of Ken Knox as Musical Director. Producers, Christina Colbert and Wendy LaMantia have a great crew headed by Set Designer David Cunningham, assisted by Set Co-Chairs Rodger Smith and Linda Weiss. Costumes are by Sheila DeFelice and Cara Calabrese.
Friday, March 23rd at 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 24th at 4:00 pm
Sunday, March 25th at 2:00 pm
Location: Middlebrook School
March 11th - 17th 12 pm - 2 pm
Stop & Shop
March 10th 12-2, March 18th 12-2
March 19th - 22nd 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm
If available, tickets will also be sold at the door one hour before show time.