Storybook Theatre's Jack and the Beanstalk: An Interactive, Musical Take on the Classic
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The last date listed for Jack and the Beanstalk was Sunday May 15, 2011 / 3:30pm.
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Find out more about the Storybook Theatre troupe on its website.
The Los Angeles Times has called Storybook Theatre, “simply the best at what they do.”
Writer/director Lloyd J. Schwartz has a long history in the TV industry, stretching back to his work as a writer/producer for shows such as The Brady Bunch and Gilligan’s Island.
Storybook Theatre’s Jack and the Beanstalk is an interactive, musical version of the centuries-old fairy tale. A rapping giant, a talking goose and chases up and down the beanstalk await the adventurous hero, Jack, in this fun-filled telling of a favorite children’s tale. There are plenty of songs and audience participation to delight the whole family as members of the audience help to hide Jack from the giant. The play features book and lyrics by Lloyd J. Schwartz, who also directs, and music by Ben Lanzarone. The cast includes Melanie Wahla, Caitlin Gallogly, Jason Galloway, Adam Conger, Barbara Mallory Schwartz and Stephen Reynolds.