Thursday, November 5, 2015

Village Players of Fort Thomas: "My Friend the Fox" - Buy Tickets HERE!

Local children’s theater, a community tradition since 1990
Village Players production of “My Friend the Fox” opens Nov. 13 and runs through Nov. 22. From left to right: Kaitlyn Rawlings, Ben Arrington, Richie MacKnight.

Village Players of Fort Thomas presents its annual children’s show, “My Friend the Fox” by William Glennon, Nov. 13–22. Performances for this family-friendly fable will be Fridays at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., and Sundays at 3 p.m.

“My Friend the Fox” introduces us to a princess, a woodsman, a dragon and, of course, Fox—clever, sly, but likable—whose fibs lead to trouble, conflict and humor. The cast includes many local actors: Richie MacKnight, Steve Myers, Judy Sceifres, Eylie Lorenz, Tom Biltz, Maggie Cayton, Sarah Cayton and Sebastian Wade, Fort Thomas; Valeria Amburgey, Wilder; Rilla Foster, Fort Wright; Will Lindsey, Lakeside Park; Kaitlyn Rawlings, Burlington; Ben Iocco, Hebron; and Ben Arrington and Mo Brennan, Cincinnati.
To purchase tickets, go to www.villageplayers.biz.
A community tradition for 25 years, the Village Players annual children’s show began in 1990 with its first production of “My Friend the Fox.” The group has included children’s theater in its season ever since. Tickets for “My Friend the Fox” are $10 and can be purchased online at www.villageplayers.biz or by calling 859-392-0500.

A group rate, $8 for 8 or more, is available by phone.

Village Players began in 1966 when members of the Fort Thomas Woman’s Club formed a community theatre department and renovated the lower level of the building to house a unique and intimate 102-seat three-quarter thrust stage.

Village Players is a member of KTA, OCTA, ACT-Cincinnati and AACT. Located at 8 North Fort Thomas Avenue, Fort Thomas, Kentucky, Village Players mounts four productions each year and donates the proceeds of its spring production to charity. For more information, www.villageplayers.biz or 859-392-0500.



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