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MLT youth production set for next week

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MAIN CHARACTERS BLUE GROUP The Meridian Little Theatre's youth production of "Princess and The Pea" is set for the week of Jan. 14-20. There are two groups playing the main characters. Members of the Blue Group are, front row from left, Christopher Roland, Dalton Newell, Emily Breland and Patrick Swearington; second row from left, Jessica Schnoor, Joshua Coleman and Guy Rawson. Photo by Steve Swogetinsky / The Meridian Star
By Steve Swogetinsky/regional editor
Jan. 6, 2002
More than 90 children will be playing roles during the Meridian Little Theatre's upcoming youth production of "Princess and the Pea."
The production will begin Jan. 14. There will be four shows per day through Jan. 18, with area schools being scheduled to bring their students. The times will be 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1 p.m.
The program will then be opened to the public with three shows on Jan, 19, beginning at 4:30 p.m., 6 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. The final show will be Jan. 20 at 2 p.m. Tickets for these shows will be $8 for adults and $6 for children.
There are two casts of players for the main characters for the program. Not only does this allow for more participation, but also gives each role a backup, noted Kim Mosely.
Members of the "Red Group" are as follows: Abby Dennis, Princess Priscilla; John Glisson, Prince Peter; Joel Mabry, the jester; Adam Moore, the minstrel; Dustin Stokes, the wizard; Frances Warner, Queen Sarsaparilla; and, Nathan Drummond, King Jasper.
Members of the "Blue Group" are as follows: Emily Breland, Princess Priscilla; Guy Rawson, Prince Peter; Dalton Newell, the jester; Christopher Roland, the minstrel; Joshua Coleman, the wizard; Jessica Schnoon, Queen Sarsaparilla; and, Patrick Swearinton, King Jasper.
Samantha Brooks will play Witch Zelda.
For more information, call the MLT at 482-6371.

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