Cast members from left are Hannah Donaldson as Jillian, Rami Essa as Jack, Jessi Kirkham as Cindy and Rusty Hrabe as Pinocchio.
LA PLATA, Md. (January 27, 2012)—The College of Southern Maryland Childrens Theatre Company's production of Law & Order: Fairly Tale Unit, opens tonight in La Plata. The play was written by Jonathan Rand and produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
In the fairy tale criminal justice system, the characters from fairy tales and nursery rhymes are represented by two separate yet equally ridiculous groups: the fairy tale police who investigate fairy tale crime, and the fairy tale district attorneys who prosecute the fairy tale offenders. These are their stories.
CSMs cast includes Brandi Kirkham of Waldorf as A.D.A. Merm; Jeremy Hunter of Waldorf as B.B. Wolf; Kayla Barthelemy of Bowie as Bashful; Leslie Cross of Newburg as Captain Hook; Bailey Woodward of Waldorf as Chu-Chunk; Jessi Kirkham of Waldorf as Cindy; Kristen Callander of Callaway as Court Reporter Sprat; Ken LaClair of La Plata as Detective HD; Shad Kirkham of Waldorf as Doc; Chloe Lateulere of Marbury as Dopey; Ricky Jenkins of Waldorf as Executive A.D.A. Stiltskin; Angela Callander of Callaway as Gold; Christopher Morse of White Plains as Grumpy; Greg Kenney of Accokeek as Hansel; Kate OMeara of Bryantown as Happy; Rami Essa of Waldorf as Jack; Hannah Donaldson of Bel Alton as Jillian; Alyshia Bradley of Lexington Park as Judge F. Godmother; Alli Kirkham of Waldorf as Kitten; Sonya Falkenstein of La Plata as Little Red; Charity Tolbert of Waldorf as Location; Devon-Marie Pettie of Mechanicsville as Mother Goose; Lynn OMeara of Bryantown as Ms. Muffin-Man; Alex LaClair of La Plata as Peep; Devin King of Waldorf of Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater; Sammi Zanelotti of Mechanicsville as Pig 1; Jamie Burrourghs of Mechanicsville as Pig 2; Nkeshi Free of Waldorf as Pig 3; Rusty Hrabe of La Plata as Pinocchio; Sue Moon Bowie of Nanjemoy as Queenan; Kylie Kirkham of Waldorf as Robin Hood; Ellie Rogers of Waldorf as Sleeping Beauty; Sydni Kirkham of Waldorf as Sleepy; Jessica Schuster of White Plains as Sneezy; Niambi King of Waldorf as T. Bailiffs Gruff; Hannah Callander of Callaway as Time; Michaela Thomas of Clinton as Ugly D; Kristen Carlsen as Gretel; Annabel Russell as Zelle; Shemika Berry as Mama Cat; Alyssa Berry as Mitsie Kitten; Liana Berry as Trixie Kitten; Nyah King of as Susie Kitten and Alli Kirkham as Bitsie Kitten; all of Waldorf.
The performance is directed by Sherry Santana and Danielle LeDoux is stage manager.
Performances are Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. and Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and seniors and $5 for youth in high school or younger. Old Line Bank is the sponsor for the College of Southern Marylands 2011-12 Arts season. For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 301-934-7828, or www.csmd.edu/arts.
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