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Summit spring play: Fairytale variety show takes the stage this week

(L-R) The Huntsman and Snow White (David Wassmuth and Erin Chmelik) wave to the crowd.

Photo by Lorie Palmer
(L-R) The Huntsman and Snow White (David Wassmuth and Erin Chmelik) wave to the crowd.

— What has the romance of royalty? The excitement of entertaining little people? The danger of woods and hunting? Mix in a few fairy tale commercials and you have The Snow White Variety Show written by Brian D. Taylor.

Summit Academy will perform the play Thursday and Friday. April 26 and 27, 7 p.m., and Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m., at the


Erin Chmelik- Snow White, Goldilocks, Igor, Red Riding Hood

David Wassmuth- Huntsman, Applause Guy, CSI Dwarf, Papa Bear, Rumpelstiltskin, Jack Sprat

Kayla Rehder- Evil Queen, Mama Bear, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Wicked Witch

Lauren Stubbers- Magic Mirror, Announcer, Baby Bear, CSI Dwarf, Snow White’s Mother, Troll

Nicholas Beckman- Announcer, Applause Guy, King, Ogre, T-Rex, Big Foot, Big Bad Wolf, Screaming Banshee, Cyclops, Prince, Boogey Man, Stag, Guard

Heidi Perbole- Alexis Currier

Wordy- Claira Osborne

Nerdy- Ueaangkun Lergchumniel

Rowdy- Jessie Sonnen

Howdy- Claire Chmelik

Creepy- Taylor Lustig

Bob- Jiyun Im

Real Snow White- Makayla Rose

Guards- Cody Wassmuth, Luke Stubbers, Torry Chmelik

Fairytale Extras- Dani Sonnen, Erin Wassmuth, Noelle Biltz

Director- Kim Frei

Assistant Directors- Margaret Frei, Michael Rehder, Liz Bolan

Sound- Liz Bolan, Rebecca Mosley, Dylan Hull-Nye, Dale Stubbers,

Set Design- Michael Rehder, Nicole Frei, Mandy Crea, Liz Bloan, Courtney Schwatz

Lights- Jade Prigge, Cody Wassmuth, Torry Chmelik, Luke Stubbers

school on Substation Road. Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.

Will Snow White die a grisly death under the hand of the wicked queen? Will the huntsman be able to teach the fair princess to defend herself? Will her seven little friends give the scoop to the local talk-show host on “Real Talk?” Find out this week and come dressed to play, as well.

“We welcome and encourage kids attending the play to come in costume — any costume, not just Snow White,” requested play director Kim Frei.


Magic Mirror (Lauren Stubbers) gives her answers as the Evil Queen (Kayla Rehder) devises her plans.

The final show Saturday evening will be the costume ball and she said everyone – kids and adults alike – are invited to wear costumes.

“If anybody wants to stick around after the show, they can dance a couple of dances with the cast,” Frei said.


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