Puss in Boots at Little Theatre

2016-12-07 06:02
Lois Felix (left) plays the role of Betty and Kerry Lee Jeffrey that of Babs in the Puss in Boots production at the Little Theatre.

Lois Felix (left) plays the role of Betty and Kerry Lee Jeffrey that of Babs in the Puss in Boots production at the Little Theatre.

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THE famous feline with a fondness for fancy footwear will be making an appearance in the Little Theatre this month.

Charles Perrault’s classic fairytale has been turned on its head and a tantalizing song and dance comedy awaits Port Elizabeth audiences. From the producers of the extremely successful production of Snow White in 2014, Puss in Boots promises to delight audience members both young and old with the husband and wife team of Mark and Yolande Farrow at the helm once more.

Maestro Richard Campbell as Musical Director and Lauren Volker handling the choreography, complete the production team.

The cast ranges in age from 7 to 70 with the lithe and engaging Sikho Gaika playing the title role. The Royal Family is led by the inimitable Leslie Speyers in his first outing as a Dame, playing the very colourful Queen Wendolina.

The role of King Wally the Once, a man of few words, is in the safe hands of Mark Farrow, while Princess Esmerelda, their daughter, is played by Abi Ranwell who, at the age of 15, is already known in local theatre circles.

Matthew Hamilton as Bobbie, the Royal Page, completes the royal ensemble.

The production guarantees fun for everyone, in true pantomime tradition.

The show started on December 1 and is running until December 17. Tickets are R80 per person and bookings can be made through Computicket. The Box office will also be open prior to each performance, but booking is vital. For more info, contact Yolande on 083 541 9178.

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