THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES: SEASON 17
The Theater for Young Audiences Series is appropriate for grade school aged children. Families with younger children are encouraged to attend our all-ages shows on Sundays.
Schedule:
Sat at 1pm & 3pm and Sunday at 1pm and 3pm
Single Tickets:
$10.00 (all ages)
Sunday Discount: $5.00 ages 1 to 3 and FREE for children under 1
Please call the box office for tickets and additional information 425.881.6777
 
 

April 23 - May 15, 2016
Fancy Nancy the Musical
Book & Lyrics by Susan DiLallo
Music & Lyrics by Danny Abosch
Based on the book series written by Jane O'Connor with Illustrations by Robin Preiss Glasser
Directed by Kate Swenson
Music Direction by John Allman

Pour a spot of tea and get ready to enjoy the most elegant children's musical of the year. Fancy Nancy the Musical follows Nancy and her friends as they prepare for their very first school recital. Nancy is positive -- that's "fancy" for "100 percent sure" -- that she'll be selected to be a mermaid. But when another girl wins the coveted role, leaving Nancy stuck playing a dreary tree, she's determined to bring flair to the mundane role. Based on the best-selling children's picture books by Jane O'Connor and adapted for the stage by Susan DiLallo and Danny Abosch, this fun family musical features great songs, clever lyrics and valuable lessons.

 

MEET THE CAST

 

Kaysy Ostrom (Bree) is so excited to be a part of Fancy Nancy the Musical! She was last seen at SecondStory as Margalo the bird in Stuart Little and the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland!  She received her BFA in Theater Studies from Southern Methodist University, emphasizing in acting and playwriting. Her plays have won awards including SMU’s 2015 Rosenfield Award for Excellence in Playwriting and the 2015 Audience Choice Award for Best Play at the 8 in 48 Festival for Young Audiences in Meridian, Idaho. When she's not onstage or typing a script you can find her reading good books, plunking on a piano, drinking coffee, snuggling her cat, spending time with her most loved humans, and teaching theater classes at Studio East!

 

Hayley Ewerz (Mother) is proud to be returning onstage to SecondStory’s Theater for Young Audiences after choreographing How I Became a Pirate! You may also recognize her as the crazy kitten in a Hello Kitty onesie from this season’s A Christmas Carol Jr. Since moving to Seattle three years ago from Dallas, she has performed with SecondStory’s mainstage, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, Renton Civic Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, and Driftwood Players. Up next: The Music Man at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre! Love to her husband, family, and friends!

 

Nikki Delmarter (Rhonda) is thrilled to be working with SecondStory Repertory again after recently being seen on their mainstage in Evita. Nikki has her BFA in musical theater and is also a teaching artist in the Seattle area. Past roles include Maria and Liesl (Sound of Music) Cinderella (Cinderella) Eponine (Les Mis) Amy (Little Women) and many more. Nikki has worked at many theaters including Leavenworth Summer Theatre, Couer d'Alene Summer Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, and Renton Civic Theatre. Nikki would like to thank her family and friends who continually support her dreams and an abundant amount of love to Nicholas without whom nothing would be possible. Don't forget, anyone can be fancy!

 

Emily Ann Johnson (Nancy) is beyond excited to be back at SecondStory Repertory! She loves nothing more than performing for children and inspiring them through the magic of theater! Regional credits include: How To Succeed… (The 5th Avenue Theatre), 42nd Street and Robin Hood… (Village Theatre), Annie (Grace/At the Ridge Theatre), Swing! (Maureen/Little Theatre of the Rockies), and many more! Words cannot describe her endless love and gratitude to God, her family, and SSR for making this all possible. Next up: Emily will perform in Singin’ In the Rain as Kathy Selden, Sound of Music as Sister Margaretta and Maria u/s, and Beauty in the Beast as a Silly Girl at the Leavenworth Summer Theatre. Follow her at www.emilyannjohnson.com. Psalm 37:4

 

Stephanie M. Bull (Wanda) is excited to be back on the SecondStory stage. After graduating from Texas Lutheran University with a degree in Vocal Performance, she began working for Youth Theatre Northwest as their Registrar. Some previous roles include The Red Queen (Prima) in Alice in Wonderland, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Golde in Fiddler on the Roof, Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, and Laurie in Oklahoma. A very special thanks to my two amazing sisters, Ellen and Emily, who are far away but always fancy and to Kate Swenson, my mentor and comrade.

 

MEET THE PRODUCTION TEAM

 

Kate Swenson (Director) loves working at SSR! Last season she directed Alexander and the Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and appeared as Poppy in Noises Off. As the Director of Education and Outreach at Youth Theatre NW, Kate works on a million different projects.  Currently she is finishing her comedic, modern, grrl power adaption of the novel, Glinda of Oz, for YTN’s SummerStock production.

 

John Allman (Music Director) is the most happy fella when working at SSR! He was Music Director for "Little Shop of Horrors" earlier this season, while his original "Alice in Wonderland" was onstage for SSR's Young Audiences season. Other area favorites include "Man of La Mancha" and "Tommy" at SMT; "Rocky Horror Show" at SSR and "King and I" at Lyric Light Opera.

 

Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Designer) has designed for Seattle Shakespeare Company (Mrs. Warren's Profession, Titus Andronicus, Richard II), Wooden O (Henry IV Part I, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Henry V, and The Tempest), Book-It Repertory Theatre (Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus, Anna Karenina, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet), SecondStory Repertory (The Lion in Winter, Legally Blonde, Chess: The Musical, Moon Over Buffalo, and more), Seattle Musical Theatre (Young Frankenstein and Legally Blonde), Harlequin Productions (Clybourne Park, Jesus Christ Superstar, and more), and other local theaters. Upcoming work can be seen in Harlequin Productions' The Language Archive.

 

 
 

 

 

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