Snowdrops For Katya

By Charles Robertson
Music and Lyrics by Michael K. Myers

December 18 -20, 2008 @ 7:30 P.M.
Saturday & Sunday Matinees December 20 & 21 @ 2:00 P.M.

Starring our Performance Plus Class:

Abbey Crockett as Katya
Katherine Noyes as Princess Alexandra
Brogan Chaput as Dunka
Colin MacDonald as The Evil Regent
Selena Martin as The Professor/December
Julianna Brzezicki as Step-Mother/January
Izabella Knap as April
Allison Foster as July
Claire Morgan as October
Cameron Hill-Watson as Dimitra
Simone Derome as Pavel

Our young actors are all students of Bottle Tree Productions

For information about enrolling in Acting classes go to Acting Classes

The story of Snow drops for Katya

The Princess of Russia is tired of winter, and in December, she declares that she will richly reward the person who can show her a sign that spring is coming. She will give a basket of gold to the person who brings her snowdrops, the first flower of spring. Katya's evil step-mother sends her out in a Siberian storm and orders her to return with a basket of snowdrops, or don't return at all. Kindly Katya protests but must comply with her step-mother's wishes to go in search of the impossible.

As she searches for the flowers, Katya is overcome by the frigid temperature, but she is rescued by some magical sisters, The Months, who take a kind interest in this kind little girl.

Robertson and Myers have created a beautiful, magical tale to bring the holiday theme to audiences young and old.

The message in Katya

This is a story about living in harmoney with the natural world. Katya represents the forest and Princess Alexandra represents the city. In Princess Alexandra's Foolhardy attempt to exert control over the natural world, she almost brings about her own destruction. Katya's kind and forgiving heart saves her and the princess.

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