A two-act play
Adaptation by Phil Grecian
Based on the story by Margery Williams
(A BLT Youth Troupe production)
Directed by Sonia Arnold
Stage Manager/Assistant Director: Sandi Thompson
Set Designer: Darien Aiken
July 11 - July 20, 2008
Brevard High School Auditorium
Curtain at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays
Matinees at 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays
(no Saturday evening show)
About the Play
"There are two ways to be real," the Skin Horse says. "The first is when you are real
to one special child and the second is when you are real to the world."
The Velveteen Rabbit is real to Alex.
More than anything the Velveteen Rabbit wants to be a real rabbit -- real to the world.
One night the Toy Fairy offers him his chance, but he must leave with her
immediately. Alex, who is ill with scarlet fever, will die without him.
Will the Velveteen Rabbit go with the Toy Fairy, or will his love for Alex cause him to
turn his back on the thing he wants most? If he stays, what will happen to him?
Margery Williams' beloved tale is faithfully told and carefully expanded for the stage.
The Velveteen Rabbit provides audiences of all ages with comedy, pathos,
adventure and a final triumph for the hero, who learns that love makes all things real.
The Velveteen Rabbit -- Kathleen Elliott
Nana -- Jennifer Reaume
Doctor -- Alexis Burrell
Alex -- Samantha Brunelle
The Skin Horse -- Andy Thompson
Toy Fairy -- Tessa Dodson (first weekend) Elly Leidner (second weekend)
Bulka (a toy rag puppy) -- Brooklyn Burrell
Timothy (a toy wooden lion) -- Benjamin Brewer
Allister (a sock monkey) -- Lilly Merritt
Real Rabbit One -- Abby McKee
Real Rabbit Two -- Shelby Barton
Windup Toy Mouse -- Mary Katherine Rollins
Dancing Toy Fairies -- Emma Dauster, Lindsey Pangle, Brooklin Pruitt,
Brooklyn Risen, Taylor Barton
Scarlet Fear -- Kristen Pangle & Lindsey Pangle
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