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Offered programming
FALL 2017

    
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The Fairmount Center for the Arts Youth Theatre presents The Emperor’s New 
 
Clothes on Friday May 13th at 7:30, Saturday May 14 and Sunday May 15 at 2:00pm, at 
 
the Mayfield Village Civic Center.  This  entertaining, musical production has of cast of 
 
26 actors ranging in age from 7-14.  Ellie Calder, of South Russell, plays the lead role of 
 
Josh the Jester, who narrates the story of the Emperor, Theo Jons of Munson, who is 
 
tricked by his brother, the evil Prime Minister, Luke Tomsich of Bainbridge, into wearing 
 
nothing but his underwear to his birthday parade.  Also in the cast are Kaylee Tomsich, 
 
of Bainbridge as the Queen, Ella Stec Of Chagrin Falls, as Princess Angelica, Andra 
 
Usis of Chesterland, as Lady Selfish, the Prime Minister’s wife and Sarah Hill of Chagrin 
 
Falls as Cheatum, Nathan Hill of Chagrin Falls, as Stealum, Madyson Treharne as 
 
Leavum and Anna Pisanelli as Foolum, as the four crooked tailors.   
 
The play is directed by Youth Theatre Director, Patti Susman of Solon.  The 
 
Musical Director is Joan Bendix of Cleveland Hts. and the Choreographer is Merlynne 
 
Hancock of Troy.  Tickets are $8.00.  For more information call (440) 338-3171.
 
Libby Lubinger
Patti Susman
Director, Youth Theatre Lab
 
         
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