Rose and the Rime, an Original Midwestern Fairy Tale
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The last date listed for Rose and the Rime was Saturday May 9, 2009 / 8:30pm (Closing Night).
Currently at Chopin Theatre Mainstage:
- Full Price:
- $40.00 - $45.00
- Our Price:
- $16.00 - $22.50
The tiny Michigan town of Radio Falls has been trapped in perpetual winter for a generation. Snow and ice coat every tree branch and telephone wire, and the unceasing blizzard surrounding the town means there's no way in or out. The last moment of heated passion brought the town its only remaining youth -- a young girl named Rose -- and it's up to her to save Radio Falls from the vicious curse of the Rime Witch. An optimistic and imaginative tale, Rose and the Rime returns to the stage this season with an enhanced production that features aerial spectacle and magic. Learn More
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Being new to the whole theater scene. I actually went to see this performance as an assignment. Ironically I had to critique it for class. The actors throughout the performance, were energetic, full of happiness tho the scenario took place in a cold town that had not seen the sun in a very long time. The play itself tried to parallel a fairy tale with a twist with modern times, relatively speaking. Overall the acting was well performed, the stage and the use of the audience as props was quite funny and intriguing. Although the plot itself was confusing a bit and the need of my imagination took place. I would go again to see this performance. It made everyone laugh, gasp and sense their sad emotions. Thumbs up!
<p>Written by: Nathan Allen, Chris Mathews, Jake Minton </p> <p>Directed by: Nathan Allen</p> <p>But when Rose succeeds, Radio Falls discovers the witch's magic coin has two sides... The creators of The Sparrow bring you this modern version of The House's favorite myth -- a reminder that anything powerful enough to fulfill your dreams is powerful enough to destroy them. </p>