SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE TALL DWARFS
AND FOUR SOCK PUPPETS!

Genre: Kids
By Kathy Ferman Menino

The Hudson Theatre Ensemble Children's Series Silly on Sixth proudly presents the zany and silly Snow White and the Three Tall Dwarfs and Four Sock Puppets! which will delight children ages three to ten while entertaining their families in the eighth season of the Hudson Theatre Ensemble Children's Series Silly on Sixth! Our beautiful, child-friendly, ground-floor theater is completely barrier-free & accessible to persons with disabilities. Here's what our audience says: " We can't wait for the next children's show. Our family has seen every one of them!" "Knowing you are in Hoboken is such a big boon. It was a thrill to me that my 5 year old loved her first real introduction to theatre!" - "The shows are hysterically funny & the kids really love them. We definitely will be visiting you again!"
About the Company: Hudson Theatre Ensemble

The Hudson Theatre Ensemble is a professional community theatre company with a difference! Because of our proximity to New York, we are able to cast our plays from an extraordinarily diverse group of committed actors and directors, many of whom are pursuing full-time theatre careers across the river. That seriousness of purpose brings a quality of production that audiences of HTE have been enjoying for more than a decade.

Our seasons have included a wide range of styles from playwrights such as Oscar Wilde, Tennessee Williams, Tom Stoppard, Steve Martin, Michael Cristofer, Neil Simon, and Christopher Durang. In the spring of 2003 we performed our first musical Company by Stephen Sondheim to resounding critical and audience acclaim. In the Spring of 2004 we inaugurated our adult-acted HTE Children’s Series - Silly on Sixth! captivating both children and parents in completely sold-out performances.

From our inception we have performed at the Hudson School Performance Space in the heart of Hoboken. We are happily ensconced in its beautiful new theatre at Sixth Street and Park Avenue. Our theatre is on the ground floor and is completely barrier-free and accessible to persons with disabilities.

Our goal is to provide our immediate and surrounding community with first-rate theatre provided by dedicated actors, directors and technicians. Please join us as we present some of the finest theatre you’ll see on both banks of the river - right in your own backyard.



Cast: Diana London, Kacy Lissenden, Florence Pape, Thomas Tyburski, Iloire Blanos, Bill Knepper, Gregory Nye, Kathy Ferman Menino-Author , Jessica Colotta-Director , Donna Gearhardt Healey-Stage Mgr , Justin Mccormick-Lighting , Sheila Phalon-Set Design , Kristen Spannagel-Costumes
Preview:   10/11/08
Open:   10/11/08
Close:   10/19/08

Schedule:
Saturday, October 11, 2008 11AM and 1PM
Sunday, October 12, 2008 11AM and 1PM
Sunday, October 19, 2008 11AM and 1PM
Theater:   Hudson School Performance Space
Address:   601 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ 07030
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Cost:$6 for Children; $8 for Adults
Buy Tickets Online or Call: at 201-377-7014
Company: Hudson Theatre Ensemble         Official Web Site: www.hudsontheatreensemble.com/
Laura Dicerto Snow White

NYC Theatre credits include Margie in "Loose Knit," Lou in "Tears of Rage," Lucy in "Could Angels be Blessed," and The Wife in "Baaahhh!!!," which had it's U.S. premiere at the 2007 NY Fringe Festival. She is also an active member of The Hudson Theatre Ensemble, a Hoboken-based theatre company, where she was last seen in the role of Trudy Floote in Alan Ayckbourn's "Comic Potential." She has performed in numerous children's shows at The Hudson Theatre Ensemble and NYC's Phoenix Theatre Ensemble. This year, she co-starred in the independent film "Triptosane" (triptosane.com).

Timothy J Cox Doc / Sneezy

TIMOTHY J. COX New York Stage: Avenue of the Americas (Cantwell/Newsom Productions), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and As You Like It (The Secret Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing and Arsenic and Old Lace (Queens Shakespeare), Measure for Measure and Picasso at the Lapin Agile (The Astoria Performing Arts Center), Jack Kerouac – Last Call, A Soldier’s Death and The Cat and the Moon (13th Street Repertory). Regional credits include everything from Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Film: Socks and Cakes (Kimistra Films), Over Coffee (A Studio In Production), The Watchers (Two Man Crew Productions) and The Beachcomber (A Studio In Production) AFTRA and AEA. Website: www.timothyjcox.com