Fantasy Theater to Present ‘Fractured Fairy Tales’

The Chatham Community Players’ Fantasy Theater will present “Fractured Fairy Tales,” four one-act originals suitable for families, January 22 and 23 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. at Chatham Playhouse 23 North Passaic Ave., Chatham.

Tickets cost $ 10 for children and $ 12.50 for adults. All spectators over the age of 12 must be fully vaccinated in order to attend a performance. In addition, all clients must wear a face cover at all times inside the theater. Disposable masks will be provided at all shows for clients who do not have one.

“Fractured Fairy Tales” is a “fun version of familiar and new fairy tales”. The show will feature “The Gingerbread Haus” by John AC Kennedy of Springfield and directed by Sarah DiVizio of Chester, based on “Hansel and Gretel”; “The King’s New Duds” by Lauri MacMillan of Rockaway and directed by Alicia Harabin of Somerville, based on “The Emperor’s New Clothes; “Snow White and the Seven Entrepreneurs” by Robin Blasberg of Ellicott City, Maryland and directed by Kacey Hunt of Rahway, based on “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” and “Princess Talia’s Dowry” by Greg Lam from Boston and directed by Bill Kaufman from Paterson, a new fairy tale in which the princess takes charge of her own destiny.

The cast includes: Sabrina Garland-Sash of Morristown, Ruth Kliwinski of Bloomfield, Lisa Black of Westfield, Hannah Mura-Hinojosa, Alexa Rojek and Logan Guvenel of Chatham, Barbara Haag of Chester, Jack LoVecchio of Mendham, Stacey Petricha of Stirling, Lewis Decker from Millington, Chris Doherty from Edgewater, Devon Villacampa from Randolph, Eric Craft from Bernardsville and Jessica Phelan from Montclair. Julie Anne Nolan, Producer, explained that “Fantasy Theater has always been a great way for players in the Chatham community to connect with our young audience; we are delighted to welcome families back to the theater with our fun interpretations of classic fairy tales. It will be an afternoon that we know adults and kids will love and laugh about!

Tickets can be purchased online. To access the theater’s online ticket office, go to The service is available 24 hours a day and tickets can be purchased online up to three hours before the curtain on the day of a performance. Customers with special needs requiring seating should contact the Playhouse at least 24 hours before the show. Without notice, accommodation cannot be guaranteed.

The Chatham Community Players have entertained residents of Morris County and surrounding areas since 1922. The mission of the organization is to produce “high quality theater for a diverse audience, while raising its level of excellence and providing an outlet. creative with educational opportunities and outreach programs. “

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