Genre: Kids, Musical
Adam Baritot, music and direction. Dianna Tucker, book and lyrics.

Polly Princess and the Penniless Fry Cook is our first original story, a musical about the unlikely romance between the Princess of Queen's Island and a fry cook from Albaster (both in the great land of Amsteryork.) Polly Princess, royal heir to the throne, finds herself in a pickle when she learns that in order to retain her father's fortune, she must find a husband in the next three days. The catch is this: he may NOT be a prince. Polly's existence as a princess is shaken; she is forced to reexamine her priorities, and she learns that there's more to life than diamond tiaras. Her friendship with Peter Pauper blossoms, and she finds herself falling in love with him in spite of herself. As Polly sings in "Purple Rose," (her revelatory ballad:) "He's not the Prince Charming I dreamed of, but Princes and Charming don't mean love." In the end, after several surprises and twists (thanks to Peter's melancholy friend and Polly's slightly manic Fairy Godmother) Peter and Polly manage to have a happy ending.

Open:   10/13/07
Close:   11/03/07

Saturdays, October 13, 20, 27, and November 3 at 1:00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M.

Sundays, October 14, 21, and 28 at 3:00 P.M.

Theater:   Impact Theatre
Address:   190 Underhill Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11225
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Cost:$10 adults, $7 kids (12 and under)--kids 3 and under are free.
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This is Liza's first Tuckaberry Production. Past roles include Phila in A Funny Thing Happened, Cossettein Les Mis, Grace in Annie and Sarah in Guys and Dolls. She placed as a finalist in the New Jersey Opera Festival, and one a Big Bee Award for her performance as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. She studied voice at the Manhattan School of Music Prep, and is a recent graduate of the American Musical and

Dramatic Academy.

Joshua is proud to be part of his second Tuckaberry show. Originally from Ohio, he graduated in 2007 from AMDA and studied with top teachers such as Elaine Petricoff, David Martin, Dan Daily, Tracey Bonner, Lindsay Chambers, Michelle Bruckner and more. Favorite roles include "Harpo" in The Color Purple, "Pippin" in Pippin, "Pirate King" in The Pirates of Pnezance, "Mr. Black" in The Wild Party, "Joshua" in Big, "Andre" in Ain't Misbehavin', "George" in An Actor's Nightmare, "Frederick" in Smokey Joe's Café, "Wickersham Brother" and "Yertle" in PYT's Seussical the Musical, "Flava Flav" on 30 Rock, and ensemble roles in La Stranera and The Macy's Day Parade. Joshua is currently in production for Anatomy of Desire, a multi-media film and dance production. Find him and his newly released album Just Stay at www.Joshuatriplett.com

David is excited to be a part of Polly Princess! Most recently he moved from Florida where he has performed in many venues in Central Florida. Credits Include: Leader of the Pack (Lon), Red, Hot, and Cole (Paul), Biloxi Blues (Eugene), Pirates of Penzance (Fredric), Wild Party (Max, U/S Burrs), and David is also playing Zack Morris in the upcoming Off-Off Broadway musical Saved By the Parody, a Musical parody of Saved by the Bell (for more info, check out www.myspace.com/savedbytheparody). He would like to thank Tuckaberry for this amazing opportunity, the cast of Polly Princess, and all his friends and Family for their support. Enjoy the Show!
Laura Mae Baker is thrilled to be part of Tuckaberry Productions' wonderful theater for children. Some favorite New York credits include: Into the Woods (Rapunzel), Alls Well That Ends Well (Diana), Oh! Pioneers (Birdie Hutchinson), Cinderella (Stepsister) and Macbeth - three times! This past summer she was a part of the New England Shakespeare Festival's production, Comedie of Errors (Dromio of Ephesus). Thanks to Adrienne, who is my real life Fairy Godmother. Laura dedicates every performance in her life to her mother, Carol..