Design by Connor Cahill-Hayes
Carabosse - Lucy Moss
Corvus - Aleida Izquierdo
Iridessa - Natalie Ross
Chester Drawers - Tom Cannon
Hester Drawers - Anna Treadway
Dame Dottie Drawers - Ian Powell
King Clarence - Phil Braithwaite
Queen Constance - Sharon Trotter
Princess Rose - Rosalind Morris
Prince Florizel - Dave Flanagan
Sir Romancealot - James Killeen
Phil Braithwaite, Amy Fontain, Jessica Irwin, Danielle Keene, Caitlin Love, Cathy Love, Kyra Pearce, Julie Rickwood, Ruth Rouse, Hayden Sedgwick, Anthea Wormington, Steve Wright, Ian Greer
Director - Elizabeth Braithwaite
Musical Director - Elizabeth Braithwaite
Producer - Phil Braithwaite
Stage Manager - Helena Braithwaite
Assistant Stage Managers - Dave Flanagan, James Killeen
Lighting Design & Operation - Kimber Wright
Sound Operation - Stephen Wess
Sound Design - Stephen Wess, Peter Raggett
Costumes - Aleida Izquierdo, Lucy Moss,
Victoria Bettelheim, Shih Ling Huang
Set Design and Construction - Steve Cahill-Hayes,
Front of House Management Team - Jackie Withnall,
All is not well in the Kingdom of Leytonstonia!
Evil Fairy, Carabosse, has cast a spell, leaving Princess Rose seemingly dead after pricking her finger on a spinning wheel. Luckily, Good Fairy, Iridessa, has changed the spell so that Rose is only asleep. But can Dame Dottie Drawers snare a handsome prince for herself and find the princesses's one true love in time to ensure a happy ever after?!
Join the Woodhouse Players for our production of this traditional story, full of fun, laughs, songs and speed-dating!
Please note that there will be flashing lights and strobing in the performance.