Ella Enchanted [Staged Reading]

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Ella Enchanted [Staged Reading]
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Gail Carson Levine's classic novel ELLA ENCHANTED gets new life in Stephanie Neuerburg's adaptation, where a young woman learns love is stronger than even the most terrible curse.

Thursday, April 13th @ 7:00pm
Tickets: http://bit.ly/EllaEnchantedReading

Show Description - In this staged reading of Stephanie Neuerburg's adaptation of Gail Carson Levine's classic young adult novel, ELLA ENCHANTED, audience members will watch a new twist on an old fairy tale, where a small group of actors play a huge variety of parts. When the fairy Lucinda curses Ella with the "gift" of obedience, how far will Ella go to break the curse, avoid her evil stepsisters, and protect the prince? This staged reading introduces an adaptation that will be produced by new theatre company, BUSHEL / BARREL / TUN, at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Producer bio - Stephanie Neuerburg is an actor, playwright, poet, and recent transplant to Seattle, originally from the Bay Area. Her work has been featured all over the country, with companies like Theater Schmeater, Seattle Public Theater, Island Shakespeare Festival, Livermore Shakespeare Festival, and Eugene O'Neill's Tao House. Stephanie was a member of the 2015 acting company with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where she understudied and performed the role of Sue Trinder in Alexa Junge's adaptation of FINGERSMITH, directed by Tony award-winner Bill Rauch. The same year, her original one-act play SCIENCE NIGHT was a national finalist for the John Cauble Outstanding Short Play Award and was showcased at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Stephanie's adaptation of ELLA ENCHANTED will have its world premiere as part of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. For more information about Stephanie, her theatre company BUSHEL / BARREL / TUN, her writing, and Fringe project, check out www.stephanieneuerburg.com
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