December 3, 2004
The Tailor of Gloucester
Composer:Janis Dunson Wilson
Librettist:Marcy Telles
Synopsis
Based on the story “The Tailor of Gloucester” by Beatrix Potter.

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
01:10

Number of Acts
2

Musical Style
Traditional operetta for children, youth, and adults

Vocal & Musical Forces
2 principal roles, 4 secondary roles, ensemble/chorus; piano, drums, flute, saxophone, clarinet

Original Cast
The Adults: William Wilson as The Tailor, Devon Diffenderfer as The Mayor, Kirsten Creamer as The Mayor's Fiancee. The Mice: Kailey Hewitt as Mistress Mouse, Mica Burnes as Bride Mouse, Jonathan Jeffrey as Groom Mouse, Isabella Negri as Eloise Mouse, Kate Horick as Alice Mouse, Emily Marsh as Bella Mouse, Dante DeCarli as Gordo Mouse, Madison Bosque as Paulina Mouse. The Children: Amy West as Winnie, Kim West as Paulette, Kaitlyn Buck as Abbie, Victoria Gavre as Gabriella, Gretchen Hoffmann as Frederica. The Cats: Kira Dillis-DeSurra as Simpkin, Rosie Dooley as Hugo, Charlie Cosson as Alfonse, Lexie Tompkins as Roxie, Lauren Sell as Natasha. The Music: Janis Dunson Wilson, Piano; Janeen Shave, Woodwinds; Charlie Cosson, Rosie Dooley, Gretchen Hoffmann, Lauren Sell and Lexie Tompkins, Percussionists


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