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Broadway Rose Theatre Company will open 'Into the Woods' May 30. Get tickets now for the popular musical.

COURTESY PHOTO - The cast of Broadway Roses production of Into the Woods, opening May 31 and continuing through June 30.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company continues its Season of Musicals with "Into the Woods," at the Broadway Rose New Stage.

Preview performance is Thursday, May 30, with opening night set for May 31, and performances continuing through June 30. Evening performances are Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Matinees are at 2 p.m. select Saturdays and Sundays and Thursday, June 27. Performances are all on the New Stage, located at 12850 SW Grant Ave. in Tigard.

Tickets are priced from $30 to $48 for adults. Tickets in the upper section for ages 6 through 18 are $20, and ages 19-36 are $25.

For a full list of performances and to purchase tickets visit broadwayrose.org, call 503-620-5262 or visit the box office at 12850 SW Grant Ave. in Tigard.

Audiences will take a journey into the enchanted world of magic beans and moonlit nights, towering giants and handsome princes, and fates sealed (and unsealed) during the musical. Familiar storybook figures such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (with his beanstalk) and Rapunzel cross paths with the childless Baker and the Baker's Wife on their quest to reverse The Witch's curse on their fruitless family tree. But as the characters descend deeper into the forest, they find that getting what you wish for doesn't always end happily ever after.

Stephen Sondheim's witty, powerful score and James Lapine's imaginative, darkly humorous book combine to make the Tony Award-winning "Into the Woods" a favorite among musical lovers and a timeless masterpiece.

Broadway Rose's production is directed by Jessica Wallenfels, with musical direction from Eric Nordin. The creative team includes Kelly Lyons (assistant director), Sean O'Skea (set designer), Darrin J. Pufall Purdy (costume designer), David Castenada (lighting designer), Brian K. Moen (sound designer), Emily Wilken (prop designer) and Jessica Junor (production stage manager).

The cast comprises Erin Tamblyn as The Witch, Eric Michael Little as The Baker and Leah Yorkston as The Baker's Wife. The supporting cast includes Bruce Blanchard, Austin Comfort, Adam Elliott Davis, Sarah DeGrave, Kayla Dixon, Tyler Andrew Jones, Alec Cameron Lugo, Katherine Martin, Dan Murphy, Kailey Rhodes, Hannah Sapitan, Josie Seid, Kelly Sina and Elizabeth Anne Young.

— For The Review, Tidings


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