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Final Weekend for Rosetown Playhouse's "The Gift Tree"

Inter-generational cast scheduled to perform the original screen play at Roseville Area Middle School.

Editor's note: The following information was submitted by Rosetown Playhouse:

There’s trouble in Everytown, but Rosetown Playhouse will get to the bottom of it using wily teens, giggling moles, explosive Thunderbirds, inept law enforcement and anxious parents who make up the singing and dancing cast of “The Gift Tree.”

The final performances of this original work by Tyler Olsen are scheduled for today (Friday, Dec. 14) and Saturday (Dec. 15) at 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee is scheduled Dec. 16 at 2 p.m.  All performances will be at the Roseville Area Middle School Theater.

Reserved seat tickets are: Adults, $12; Seniors, $10; Students age 6 and up, $8; and Children 5 and under, $5. General admission balcony seats are $8 each.

The Story

An all-generational cast unravels the dilemma facing Everytown, where the legendary Gift Tree provides each resident with the perfect gift – every January 32! This year, when the Gift Tree does not provide, the search for solutions takes audiences on a zany romp fueled by song, dance, comedy – and maybe even an Everytown romance!

The original music was created by Eric Barnum, a rising star among choral music composers. Rosetown was fortunate to commission him to give “The Gift Tree” its exciting musical energy.

Olsen wrote the lyrics and script for this family-friendly play, orchestration is by Erik Sherburne, the musical director is Margot Olsen and choreography is by Jenny Sung.

The RAMS Theater is located at Roseville Area Middle School, 15 County Road B2 East, Little Canada.

Rosetown Playhouse is a community theater based in Roseville serving theater lovers. To learn more, visit www.rosetownplayhouse.org or visit the Rosetown Playhouse Facebook page.

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