Chanticleer and the Fox
By Joseph Robinette
Directed by Charles "Skip" Grover
Children delight as the characters from Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales come to life on stage in Chanticleer and the Fox. Chanticleer is a very arrogant rooster who spends his days singing and strutting his way around the barnyard. One day he is tricked and is caught by a sly fox. With some help from his barnyard friends, Chanticleer turns the tables on the fox and escapes his fate as all learn a valuable lesson in this classic tale.
Produced by UW-Whitewater Theatre/Dance Department at Barnett Theatre, Greenhill Center of the Arts, Whitewater
Performances: October 27, 2007
Performance Times: 2:00pm
Ticket Prices: General Public $6.00, UW-W Students w/ ID / Under 18 $4.50
Call 262-472-2222 for reservations or more information.
Auditions will be held on the following days:
7:30pm at Barnett Theatre, Greenhill Center of the Arts, Whitewater. Required - one comic monologue of one minute in length.
Performance schedule: UW-W Performance - October 27
Touring schedule: October 28 - November 3
For any questions, contact Charles "Skip" Grover at 262-472-1198 or groverc.uww.edu.