October 10, 2007


***** for immediate release *****

The Happy Couples of the Kingdom in Reindeer Theatre Company’s production of TWINDERELLA: THE MUSICAL.  Standing, l-r, are Brian Lawson of Westbrook as The Prince; Austin Burtt of Windham as Bob; Etta Copenhagen of Cumberland as The Princess; seated is Andrey Kostovick of Scarborough as Cinderella. Photo by Jessica Merrill.

Did you hear that Cinderella has a long lost twin brother named Bob?

That’s the premise behind Reindeer Theatre Company’s upcoming production of TWINDERELLA: THE MUSICAL, being staged at the Warren Memorial Library Auditorium in Westbrook the first two weekends of November.

“This is children’s theater at its best,” said Louis Philippe, who is directing the show along with Mark Munson and Ellen Munson who also serves as choreographer.  “It’s great fun to watch many new kids singing, dancing and acting—some for the very first time.”

TWINDERELLA brings together the largest cast of area kids Reindeer has ever assembled on its Westbrook stage…35 of them:

Silvia Baxter of Portland, Sophie Braun-McGovern of Scarborough, Eva Brydson of Cape Elizabeth, Austin Burtt of Windham, Justin Cedrone of Portland, Rayne Chase of Westbrook, Joshua Cohen of Scarborough, Etta Copenhagen of Cumberland, Alex Cottrell of Westbrook, Justin DiBiase of Windham, Abraham, Andrew, Esther, Grace, Paul and Rachel Eaton, all of Gorham, Nicole Gile of Gorham, Adam and Zoe Goodwin of Standish, Lynnea Harding of Falmouth, Katie Harper of Limerick, Acy Jackson of Portland, Andrea Kostovick of Scarborough, Marlena Lantos of Falmouth, Brian Lawson of Westbrook, Brock and Vance Leighton of Westbrook, Anna McKee of Cumberland Foreside, Cassidy Merrill of Buxton, Ben and Rebecca Myshrall of Windham, Toby Nye of Portland, Alex Perry of Cumberland, Emily Silver of Westbrook, and Sarah Zucchero of Cape Elizabeth.

Performances are Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 2, 3 and 4 and November 9, 10 and 11.  Friday and Saturday shows are at 7 PM and Sundays are 2 PM Matinees.

Tickets are $12 adults, $8 for kids and seniors.  For reservations, call 857-9002.



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