A Night in New Orleans
Oct. 17 - Nov. 23, Check times in description. at Orlando Shakespeare Theatre
A Night in New Orleans: A Magic Tree House Adventure features our heroes Jack and Annie as they visit one of America's spookiest cities on the most haunting night of the year - All Saint's Eve (or Halloween). The pair are on the hunt for the young musician Louis Armstrong. Will they be able to put the King of Jazz on the path that will lead him to stardom? Follow the to 1916 New Orleans where the music and ghosts fill the streets.
The play is directed by Steve MacKinnon. The Magic Tree House books were written by Mary Pope Osborne, with the play being co-written by Murray Horwitz and Will Osborne, and featuring music composed by Allen Toussaint .
Jeffrey Todd Parrott - Jack
Sophie Bell - Annie
Damian Barray - Dipper/Louis Armstrong
Bridgette Hoover - Lil Mac
Anachebe Asomugha - Big Nose
Joel Oramas - Happy
A. Ross Neal - Ensemble
Chris Metz - Ensemble
Steve MacKinnon - Director/Musical Director
Kim Ball - Choreographer
Robbin Watts - Set Designer
Mel Barger - Costume Designer
Mary Heffernan - Lighting Designer
Britt Sandusky - Sound Designer
October 17 - November 23
Sunday - 4:30 pm
Tuesday - 10:15 am, 12 pm
Wednesday - 10:30 am
Thursday - 10:15 am, 12 pm
Friday - 10:15 am, 12 pm
Saturday - 2 pm
Before each show, the audience can enjoy pre-show activities with the cast of A Night in New Orleans. There will also be autographs after each weekend show.
PERFORMANCE SPECIALS AND DISCOUNTS
Teachers can sign up for special matinee showings for children. Group specials for families are available and will save you money on admission.
There will be an American Sign Language (ASL) interpretted showing on October 26, 2013 at 2 pm.
A Night in New Orleans: A Magic Tree House Adventure is perfect for younger audiences and school-aged children, with some spooky elements to get everyone in the mood for the fall season.
A Night in New Orleans: A Magic Tree House Adventure will be performed in the Margeson Theatre at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park. For more information on the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre venue, view their profile page.
Photo credit: Tony Firriolo