THE PRINCESS, THE COW, AND THE CORN MAZE to Debut at 2017 Midtown International Theatre Festival
The Princess, The Cow, and The Corn Maze, the latest book from award-winning children's author Amber L. Spradlin, is going to launch the same week that the new children's musical, based on the book, will premiere at the 17th Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival, July 21-23, 2017. This makes it the 6th children's book written by Spradlin to be turned into a musical.
The Princess, The Cow, and The Corn Maze is a family friendly musical about a lost Princess who, with the help of a cow named Cow, has to go on a perilous journey through a complicated corn maze and encounter several dangerous creatures who teach her positive life lessons before she can find her way home.
The Princess, The Cow, and The Corn Maze has book and lyrics by Michael Mackenzie Wills (creator/writer/director of the MAC Award winning Operation Opera and The Adventures of Superbunny musicals), music by C. Colby Sachs (composer of A Cow Named Cow), and choreography by J. Joseph Burke (A Superbunny Christmas). Starring Kally Deep as Princess MiMi, Matt Haas as Cow, and Erik Jonathan Shuler as The King and The Beasts.
The Princess, The Cow, and The Corn Maze will be presented at the Midtown International Theatre Festival (www.midtownfestival.org) by non-profit theatre company Rabbit Hole Theatricks, Inc. (www.RabbitHoleTheatricks.org). It is well suited to young audiences ages pre-school to 11 years (and their parents).
IF YOU GO:
THE PRINCESS, THE COW, AND THE CORN MAZE
Friday, July 21 at 11:30 AM
Saturday, July 22 at Noon
Sunday, July 23 at 11:00 AM
Main Stage Theater
at the WorkShop Theater Company
312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor East
Between 8th and 9th Avenues
New York, NY 10018
For tickets, visit www.RabbitHoleTheatricks.org.
Pictured: The Princess, The Cow, and The Corn Maze cast member Matt Haas stars as Cow, seen here posing in a corn maze during rehearsal for the Midtown International Theatre Festival Summer 2017. Photo by Stuart MacKenzie.