Into the Woods Junior

The Theatre Company of Saugus presents Into the Woods Junior.  Performed by our Youth Theatre Workshop 2014.

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.  Book by James Lapine.

Comprising the first act of the full show, a mash-up of several familiar fairy tales.  Including Cinderella and her Prince, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.  Also, the stories of the Baker and his Wife, a Witch, and a Mysterious Man.

Performances are Friday 25 July 2014 at 7:00 PM, and twice on Saturday 26 July:  a matinee at 2:00 PM, and an evening show at 7:00 PM.  The location is Cliftondale Congregational Church  /  50 Essex Street  /  Saugus, Massachusetts  01906.  Please see our Tickets and Directions pages.

The Cast (in no particular order):

Grace Goldberg – Granny, Cinderella’s Mother
Eliana Coppola – Baker’s Wife
Jenna Linehan – Rapunzel 
Paige McNeil – Jack’s Mother
Emma Cassier – Little Red Riding Hood
Will Fafard Jr – Wolf, Cinderella’s Prince
Adriana Shanahan – Cinderella
Zack Perry – Baker
Caitlyn Wilson – Cinderella’s Stepmother
Connor Wilson – Cinderella’s Father, Steward 
Serena Cacciola – Narrator, Mysterious Man
Anna Falasca – Milky White
Olivia MacKenzie – Jack
Sofia Totino – Lucinda
Isabella Totino – Florinda
Ryan Freeman – Rapunzel’s Prince
Emma Sullivan – Witch


Originally directed on Broadway by James Lapine.  Original Broadway production produced by Heidi Landesman, M. Anthony Fisher, Rocco Landesman, Frederick H. Mayerson, Rick Steiner, Jujamcyn Theaters.  Originally produced by the Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, California.

Into the Woods Jr. is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  421 West 54th Street  /  New York, NY  10019.  Phone:  212-541-4684.

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of the production is strictly prohibited.  Our contract with MTI prohibits anyone from making, using, or distributing any sort of recording.  If you want your friends or family to see the show, they should come and see it in person, as live theatre is meant to be seen.  By purchasing a ticket, you help us cover the cost of our presentation.

See our Into the Woods Jr. page.

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