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Youth players present 'Metaphasia'

WATKINS GLEN—The youth actors of the Lake Country Players will present “Metaphasia,” May 5 to 7, in the Watkins Glen Auditorium.
“Metaphasia” is a retelling of The Twelve Princesses, the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.
“This show is much more challenging for the kids than any other youth show we have produced in the last few years. It is, in my mind, borderline operetta—half of the show is songs,” said Director Tracy Gavich. “This is the first lead role for three of my main leads, so it has been wonderful to help them and watch them blossom into wonderful actors on stage.”
There are 30 cast members in total. The main cast are ages 5 to 13, one of the princesses is 4 years old and two high school students (Kara Wood and Andy Blanchard) play the parents.
Olivia Scata and William Yeater play siblings Angie and Howie. Angie wakes up each morning and finds numerous pairs of shoes on the bedroom floor. She doesn’t know where they come from until she sees one of her dolls come to life. Angie follows her doll through her closet door and into Metaphasia.
Performances will be at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 5, and Friday, May 6. There will be a 2 p.m. performance, Saturday, May 7. Tickets cost $6. Children age 4 and under are free.

 

 



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