Brush Creek opens 2016 season with The Brothers Grimm Tale of Snow White
The original fairy tale, The Brothers Grimm Tale of Snow White, returns to Brush Creek Playhouse to open the 2016 season on Friday, February 12. This delightful story of a beautiful young princess who faces loss and adversity through no fault of her own, only to triumph in the end is a favorite of audiences and actors alike!
The script, written by Michael Wood, uses the original Brothers Grimm tale as a foundation – although elements of the story will be familiar, those who come to the show will also find a delightful surprise or two along the way! The dwarfs alone make this a show to remember.
Brush Creek’s production is directed by Linda Zellner, who has directed the annual children & youth productions for many years. Zellner is pleased to have two complete casts, which include both veteran children’s show actors and newcomers. The cast includes beginning readers as well as teenagers.
The performances run from Friday, February 12 through Sunday February 28, with performances at 7 pm Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 pm Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets — $10 for adults and $8 for children, seniors and students with ID – will be available at Brush Creek’s two ticket locations: Books-N-Time on Water Street in downtown Silverton and Runaway Art & Craft Studio on Commercial Street in downtown Salem. They also can be purchased at the door 30 minutes before each performance. More information is also available by calling Michael Wood at 503-508-3682.
The playhouse is located at 11535 Silverton Road, the intersection of Silverton and Brush Creek Roads, between Silverton and Salem. In spite of the Silverton Road address, the theater’s parking lot is entered from Brush Creek Road.