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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Based on the classic story of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, this musical is vastly entertaining! It features exciting musical numbers and a cast of enchanting characters. Come watch as Snow White tries to escape the wrath of her stepmother and makes seven quirky friends. You’ll root for true love to prevail over evil and the kingdom to be rightfully restored.
It is a timeless story brought to life by our talented cast: Allison Darish, Mattison Digue, Jaclyn Ellis, Jenna Koch, Lauren Kreeger, Mackenzie Marshall, Joshua McElyea, Madelyn Offer, Katie Peterson, Morgan Peterson, Maggie Ruby, Gavin Schultz, Trevor Schultz, Avrie Shettler, Zoe Shettler, and Madelynn Stuenkel.
The production team includes: Skip Schultz, Director; Amy Shettler, Assistant Director; Andrea Koch, Producer.
Be sure to catch one of our performances as we are putting together an exceptional show!
Saturday, August 11th at 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday, August 12th at 2:30 pm
Special group performances are planned for August 14th, 15th, and 16th at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. This special engagement is offered as a fun field-trip opportunity for day camps and groups. For additional information or to reserve seating for your group, contact Karen Ellis at (248) 231-0184.
Tickets are just $6. Tickets may be purchased at the main branch of the Cromaine Library beginning in mid-July (checks are preferred) or at the door a half hour before show time. For more information call (248) 760-9501 or visit our website at www.hartlandplayers.org.
Select cast members will be available for pictures after the show. Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite prince, princess, or dwarf. We would be enchanted to see you there!
More About Hartland Music Hall
The Hartland Music Hall — one of the oldest buildings in Livingston County — serves as a venue for concerts, plays, weddings, church services and community events. Owned by the Hartland School District, the facility is available for rent through Hartland Community Education.
The building was originally built in 1858 by members of the First Congregational Church. But by the 1920s it had fallen into disrepair and was purchased by local philanthropist John Robert Crouse Sr., who renovated the building and donated it to the community as part of the Hartland Area Project.
Emil Lorch, dean of the University of Michigan School of Architecture, oversaw the conversion in 1931 that included adding column porticoes and a Kilden pipe organ, according the community education website.
The hall was added to the State Register of Historic Sites in 1980 and famously hosts an annual performance of Handel's Messiah each December.