Pasek & Paul’s James and the Giant Peach to Premiere at Seattle Children’s Theatre, Starring Kendra Kassebaum

first_imgA reworked musical version of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach will receive its premiere at the Seattle Children’s Theatre November 21 through January 5. Directed by SCT artistic director Linda Hartzell, the stage adaptation features a book by Timothy Allen McDonald and music by Tony nominees Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. The Seattle cast will include Mike Spee (Seattle’s Spring Awakening) as James, Kendra Kassebaum (Broadway’s Leap of Faith and Wicked) as Ladybug, Rich Gray as Centipede, Heath Saunders (Seattle’s Hairspray) as Earthworm, Greg McCormick Allen as Grasshopper, Diana Huey as Spider, Julie Briskman as Sponge and Jayne Muirhead as Spiker, with Vickielee Wohlbach, Ian Lindsay and Auston James rounding out the cast. View Comments Star Files The Seattle production will feature choreography by Marianne Roberts, set design by Carey Wong, lighting design by Michelle Habeck, costume design by Cathy Hunt, sound design by Chris R. Walker, fight choreography by Geoff Alm and puppet design by Annett Mateo. Chris Distefano will serve as musical director and Lara Paxton will work as the ariel coach.center_img James and the Giant Peach received its world premiere in 2010 at Goodspeed, but the show has since undergone major changes, which will be incorporated into the Seattle production. When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion, which results in a tremendous peach – and launches a journey of enormous proportions. Suddenly James finds himself in the center of the gigantic peach among human-sized insects with equally oversized personalities, but after it falls from the tree and rolls into the ocean, the group faces hunger, sharks and plenty of disagreements. Thanks to James’ quick wit and creative thinking, the residents learn to live and work together as a family. The dangerous voyage is a success, but the adventure takes a whole new twist once they land on the Empire State Building. Kendra Kassebaumlast_img read more

WWPC adds four in Africa

first_imgLogistique Commerciale d’Afrique is headquartered in Lome, Togo with offices in Niger, Benin and Burkina Faso and offers the full range of forwarding services for oceanfreight, airfreight, warehousing, Customs clearance, inland trucking and project cargo for the four francophone West countries mentioned previously.Further information about the WWPC’s latest member can be seen here: www.lcalogisticsgroup.comlast_img

Monsters Hold Milwaukee In Check, Win 4-1

first_img Eli Mooneyham The Cleveland Monsters took on the Milwaukee Admirals on Tuesday, in a Central Division matchup. The Monsters would win 4-1 in the important face-off.The Monsters would start off strong with three first frame goals. Sonny Milano would score a shorthanded goal at the 4:54 mark to get Cleveland on the board. Oliver Bjorkstrand would extend their lead to 2-0 off of a power play goal at the 14:04 mark. Milano would add one more to the lead, as he scored his second goal of the game at the 15:13 mark of the first frame.Oliver Bjorkstrand increased the lead to 4-0 with a goal at the 3:34 mark of the middle stanza. Milwaukee would get on the board at the 15:31 mark with a Derek Army goal. That was the last time either team would score, as the final score would stand as a 4-1 Cleveland Monsters win.The Monsters move to 21-18-2-3 on the year Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.center_img Related Topicslast_img read more