Directed by Justin Anderson
Musical Direction by Ann-Carol Pence
Choreography by Sarah Turner Sechelski
American composer Stephen Sondheim cleverly answers the question, “What happens after happily ever after?” in this multiple Tony Award-winning musical, now an Oscar-nominated Disney motion picture.
Into the Woods is a part of the
March 10–April 17, 2016
Wednesday–Saturday at 8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday at 2:30pm
Wednesday Discount Matinees
March 23, 30, & April 13 at 10:00am
Tickets from $20
A Sneak Peek at Into the Woods–The Trailer
Reviews and Other Buzz About Aurora Theatre’s Into the Woods
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NOCHE LATINA: Apu Inka
Friday, April 15 | 7:00–8:00pm in the Lobby
An evening of theatre, with a latin flare. Noche Latina happens only once during the run of every mainstage show, so don’t miss it! This month we’ll have live Andean music before the show from Apu Inka.
Ask the box office about the Noche Latina Season Ticket.
This Easter, after the eggs have been hunted and brunch is over, come to Aurora Theatre for Princess Day. Before the matinee performance of Into the Woods, enjoy a meet and greet with some of your favorite Princess characters from Ever After Entertainment.
OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
at McCray’s Tavern, immediately following the performance.
Get 10% off your bill with your Into the Woods Ticket!
100 N Perry St,
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY
The popular (and FREE) wine tasting in the lobby before ALL Wednesday evening performances from 6:30–8:00pm.
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION: “Finding the Hero Within”
March 30, 2016 | 7:15 – 7:55pm
Fairy tales don’t only belong to the domain of childhood. Their overt themes are threaded through popular TV and film faire like Once Upon a Time, Grimm, True Blood, Game of Thrones and The Avengers. So why are these kinds of story so important to us as a culture? Join us for an invigorating conversation about how we endlessly re-work fairy tales to navigate the narratives of our lives, helping us work through things failure, fear and hope.
|The Baker||Brandon O’Dell*|
|Jack’s Mother||Bernardine Mitchell*|
|The Baker’s Wife||Wendy Melkonian*|
|Little Red Riding Hood||Shelli Delgado|
|Cinderella’s Prince||Benjamin Sims|
|Rapunzel’s Prince||Brody Wellmaker|
|Cinderella’s Stepmother||Kristin Markiton|
|Florinda||India Sada Tyree|
|Cinderella’s Mother/Granny/Voice of Giant||Erin Considine|
|Mysterious Man||David Parlier|
|Narrator u/s||Drew Ray|
|Female Swing||Kathleen O’Hara|
|Producing Artistic Director||Anthony P. Rodriguez|
|Associate Producer/Music Director||Ann-Carol Pence|
|Associate Artistic Director/Director||Justin Anderson|
|AEA Stage Manager||Katie Chambers*|
|Set Designer||Jason Sherwood|
|Sound Designer||Daniel Pope|
|Lighting Designer||Mary Parker|
|Costume Designer||Elizabeth Rasmusson|
|Lead Stitcher/Draper||Andrew Hobson|
|Props Designer||Ryan Bradburn|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Stephanie Nichols|
|Company Manager||Katie Pelkey|
|Technical Director||Daniel Terry|
|Scenic Painter||Sarah Thomson|
|Directing Assistant||Jacob McKee|
|Sound Board Operator||Daniel Pope|
|Follow Spot Operator||Molly Huntington|
|Follow Spot Operator||Lauren Robinson|
|Music Director/Keyboard||Ann-Carol Pence|
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.