2022-23 Season • A Season of Possibility



STUART LITTLE

September 16-October 16, 2022
ALL AGES

Based on the Book by E.B. White | Adapted by Joseph Robinette

Directed by CODY R. BRAUDT
Assistant Director MEGAN COLLINS



A loveable classic comes to life!

Escapades and antics ensue as an easy-going mouse named Stuart navigates New York City and the world of people with his ordinary human family. Based on the book by the author of Charlotte’s Web this 60-minute production is perfect for all ages! Join us for the zany telling of this classic tale.
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RUN DATES: Sept 16-Oct 16, 2022
LOCATION: Mainstage Theatre
APPROPRIATE AGES: All Ages
DURATION: Aprx 60 Minutes



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PERFORMANCE CALENDAR



September 16-October 16, 2022

• Masks are welcome and encouraged but optional for all patrons attending Stuart Little, EXCEPT for Saturday performances when masks will be required.





Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois



ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES



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PAY WHAT YOU CAN PERFORMANCE (PWYC): SUN, 9/18/2022 4PM

ASL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE (ASL) : SAT, 10/1/2022 1PM

AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE (AD) : SAT, 10/1/2022 1PM

SENSORY FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE (SF) : SAT, 10/8/2022 10AM







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PHOTOS



PRODUCTION PHOTOS



Photos by Amy Rondeau Photography


PUBLICITY PHOTOS



Photos by Amy Rondeau Photography





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CAST




STUART LITTLE - Corinne Brooks
ANGIE & OTHER ROLES - Avianah Drakeford
MR. LITTLE & OTHER ROLES - Shana Eisenberg
LEROY & OTHER ROLES & UNDERSTUDY - Annie Houston*
MARGALO & OTHER ROLES - Indra Khariwala*
DR. CAREY & OTHER ROLES & UNDERSTUDY - Cate Koehmstedt
SNOWBELL & OTHER ROLES - Apollonia Leider
RUN CREW & UNDERSTUDY - Vivian Nielsen*
MRS. LITTLE & OTHER ROLES - McKenna Prill
GEORGE LITTLE & OTHER ROLES - Rufus Hanily Schowalter*
MR. CLYDESDALE & OTHER ROLES - Haeman Tona
UNDERSTUDY - Fayrah Culbertson*
UNDERSTUDY - Matt Ouren*


* Student, Intern or Teaching Artist with Stages Education Programs


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CREATIVE TEAM



ARTISTIC DIRECTOR - Sandy Boren-Barrett
DIRECTOR - Cody R. Braudt
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Megan Collins
SET DESIGNER - Sarah Brandner
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR - Emily Chancellor
PROPS DESIGNER - Kim Ford
TECHNICAL SUPPORT - Gretchen Katt
COSTUME & MAKE UP DESIGNER - Christa Ludwig
LIGHTING DESIGNER - Tony Stoeri
PRODUCTION MANAGER - Melanie Salmon-Peterson
STAGE MANAGER - Emily Sullivan
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER - Kendra Gilsdorf
SOUND BOARD OPERATOR - David Gamache
LIGHT BOARD OPERATOR - Vivian Nielsen
SCENIC ARTISTS - Cinde Ashley, Yvonne Ring
ELECTRICIANS - Alice Endo, David Gamache, Lauren Lochen
VOLUNTEERS - Jeff Aune, Jenny Brown, Scott Brown, Kimberly Chancellor, Justin Dekker, Warren Glidden, Nancy Johnson, Donna Meyer, Steve Skoro


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SHOW BUZZ & REVIEWS



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STUART LITTLE

RESOURCE GUIDES


A loveable classic comes to life!

Thousands upon thousands of young people receive their first exposure to theatre at Stages Theatre Company. Study guides are a great way to extend student learning beyond their visit. Our free study guides contain tons of information, ideas and activities: author/playwright biographies, notes on historical context, cross-curricular classroom activities, theatre etiquette, and discussion questions for before and after you come to see the show!


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CREATIVE TEAM BIOS




CODY R. BRAUDT(DIRECTOR) - A Minnesota based artist, Cody R. Braudt is a director, writer, and conceiver of live performance and theatrical events for young people and families. With a passion for new work, Braudt has collaborated with artists such as Jon Ferguson, Peter Brosius, Whit MacLaughlin, Mary Lou Rosato, Randy Weiner, Sandy Boren-Barrett, Jeff Zahn, and Tony Award-Winners Diane Paulus and Christine Jones. Previous credits include Theater Forever at The Guthrie Theater, Stages Theatre Company, Mixed Blood Theatre, The Children’s Theatre Company and LaMama Experimental Theatre Club. As a director, his work has been seen at Stages Theatre Company, CREA Theatre Project, The Riley-Jacques Barn, The Depot Coffee House, The CalArts New Works Festival, The Trailer Trash Project, The CalArts Coffeehouse Theater, and Acting for Others in The Shank Black Box Theater at La Jolla Playhouse. Braudt also serves as the Director of Brand Experiences for West Coast Dance Explosion, a national touring dance education convention for aspiring dancers.






MEGAN COLLINS (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR)
- Megan is thrilled to be working on STC’s production of Stuart Little! Megan proudly serves as Stages Theatre Company’s Education Director, leading on-site classes and workshops, off-site partner programs, community outreach partnerships, and in-school residencies. While this is Megan’s fifth season on staff at STC, Megan’s theatrical career began onstage at Stages Theatre Company at the age of 12. In addition to her time at STC, she has worked with Seattle Children’s Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre Company, Children’s Theatre Company, and Adventure Stage Chicago.




JOSEPH ROBINETTEJOSEPH ROBINETTE (PLAYWRIGHT / ADAPTOR) - Joseph Robinette is a Tony Award nominee and Drama Desk Award nominee for the libretto of the acclaimed A Christmas Story, The Musical. He is the author or co-author of 55 published plays and musicals. His works have been produced at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, The Theater at Madison Square Garden and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, the BBC in Britain, in all 50 states and in 21 foreign countries. Twelve of his works have been translated into foreign languages, and another five have been anthologized. Robinette collaborated with E.B. White on the authorized stage version of Charlotte's Web, and he wrote the musical version with Charles Strouse (Annie and Bye, Bye, Birdie). Other dramatizations include The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Anne of Green Gables and Debbie Macomber's A Gift to Last and The Inn at Rose Harbor. He is the recipient of the American Alliance for Theatre and Education's Distinguished Play Award for Sarah, Plain and Tall and the Children's Theatre Foundation of America medallion for his "body of dramatic works for family audiences in the United States and beyond."





E.B. WHITEE.B. WHITE (BOOK AUTHOR) - E.B. White joined The New Yorker magazine as writer and contributing editor, a position he would hold for the rest of his career. He wrote three books for children, including Stuart Little (1945) and Charlotte's Web (1952). In 1959 he revised The Elements of Style by the late William Strunk Jr., which became a standard style manual for writers. White later went on to earn a Pulitzer Prize for special citation in 1978.