The Snow Queen “a faery tale for a mid-winter’s eve” is a Journey P.E.T. Project presented by Cape Fear Shakespeare, Ltd.inspired by the Hans Christian Anderson classic tale and book by Eileen Kernaghan. Adapted for the stage and directed by Cherri McKay this coming of age story is about best friends who learn that life does not stand still, winters turn to spring, young people become adults and friendship can turn into love. Kai is lured away from home by the hauntingly, beautiful, mysterious Lady Aurora. His best friend Gerda, embarks on a quest to bring him home, before his heart can be turned to ice. So begins the journey through the whimsical wonders and sometimes dangerous other worlds, where she meets an assortment of characters that help guide her on her quest to rescue Kai. This re-telling of the classic tale blends adventure, humor and warmth with the music stylings from yesterday and today. An entertaining evening for the whole family or the perfect choice for date night.
General Admission $12
Friday & Saturday February 12, 13, 19, 20, at 8:00pm
Matinees 3pmSaturday & Sunday February 14, 20, & 21
Family Night Special Admission $8 Thursday February 18, 7:30pm
The Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center is managed by the staff of the The Thalian Association, the Official Community Theater of North Carolina.
The Thalian Association is a non-profit, membership organization founded in 1788 to provide arts education and bring the excitement of the performing arts to Wilmington. The organization has its offices and holds auditions at the Community Arts Center. The Center also hosts the Thalian Children’s Theater classes and performances.