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My Name is Rumpelstiltskin Playbill

Book by Vera Morris
Published by Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.

Directed by Larry Behymer
Produced by Donna Surber and Darcy Little

Funding in part by:
Cincinnati Summer Fair Logo

Performance Dates: August 2 - 10, 2013

Synopsis:

That nasty-tempered wizard, Rumpelstiltskin, is back in this engaging adaptation. Griselda, a four hundred year old witch, tells Rumpelstiltskin that in order to become the most powerful force in the kingdom, he must possess a child of royal birth. The wizard plots and schemes. He spreads the word that Laura, the miller's daughter, can weave straw into gold. Since the kingdom is bankrupt, she's whisked off to the palace and ordered to spin and spin. With Rumpelstiltskin's help she delivers the gold. She has a high fee to pay — her first born child. When Laura marries the prince and produces an heir to the throne, she has twenty-four hours to guess the wizard's name or lose her child.

Cast List
Charlotte ................................................ Lady Hidalgo
Katherine ................................................ Elizabeth Beatty
Huntsman & Sentry ................................................ Geoff Amann
Rumpelstiltskin ................................................ David Cooley
Griselda ................................................ Jody Hart de Henriquez
Miller's Widow & Nursemaid ................................................ Mary Ann Fagel
Laura ................................................ Morgan Carter Woodring
Prince Tom ................................................ David Potter
Prime Minister ................................................ Steve Phelan
Jester ................................................ Bryce Willson
Apple Seller ................................................ Tracy A. Smith
Lady Matilda ................................................ Lynne Aronson
Queen ................................................ Grady Lehman
Customer ................................................ Garry Hohnecker
Peasant ................................................ Nick Surber