Pictures were not allowed in the theater, and unfortunately there was no movie made of the production, but it really was a cute show. Here are some pictures from in the lobby after the show, so you can see the actors and costumes. Kimberly played Martha Arable, and these are her "children": Sander Kushen as Avery, and Courtney Mauss as Fern.
Wade played Uncle Homer Zuckerman. Here we are with some terrific, radiant, but humble pig Wilbur, played by Hailey Dennis, and our farm hand Lurvy, played by Cooper Smith.
Mia Chiaromonte as the spider, Charlotte, that outsmarted us all.
Kenzie McMillan as the old, old, old, old Sheep, and Anna Salvini as the little, little Lamb. Lucky Lamb got to say the funniest line in the show: "Yeah, they're gonna
Here's Kimberly with her "husband", John Arable, played by Charles McClung, and Wade with his "wife", Edith Zuckerman, played by Claire Day.
Our inimitable director, Kelly Herman, and the director of the children's program, Donna Inglima, with Mark Turnbull hiding behind her.
Chase Thomas as the Gander, Karina Parker as the Goose, and Dominic De Los Santos as Templeton the Rat.
Chloe Sullivan and another young actress, as the chickens who tried to steal the show. Love you, girls.