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THE IRT CABARET | FEBRUARY 25 - MARCH 26

WELCOME TO THE IRT! The world can feel like a big, scary place. Enter Stuart Little! Even though most people see him as different, Stuart is smart, brave, & happy. He shows us that you are never too small to achieve great things. —Director Lori Wolter Hudson

Original artwork by Kyle Ragsdale.


MATCHING GAME:

Count the items on the left and circle the corresponding number on the right.

MAZE CHALLENGE:

Count the numbers in order and help Stuart find Margalo at the end of the maze!

CONNECT THE DOTS:

Draw a line from each number, counting from 1-21, and reveal a character. Circle who you found: MARGALO STUART SNOWBELL

SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS

SEASON SPONSOR

TITLE SPONSOR


FILL IN THE BLANK:

Read each sentence and fill in the blank with the best answer from the word bank below. SAILBOAT CAR

FAMILY WHISTLE

MOUSE JOURNEY

Mr. & Mrs. Little were surprised to find out that Stuart was a ____________________. In Central Park, Stuart raced a _____________ called The Wasp with Dr. Carey. Snowbell the cat felt odd living in a _______________ with a mouse and a bird. After Margalo flew away, Stuart set out on a _______________ to find her. Stuart thought Margalo’s ________________ was a beautiful sound. Dr. Carey loaned Stuart a ________________ to drive to Connecticut.

QUESTIONS FOR FAMILY DISCUSSION: COLOR STUART! Preliminary costume design sketch for Stuart Little by Guy Clark.

1.

Stuart would like to be Chairman of the World. If you were Chairman of the World, what would be one of your rules? Why?

2. Will Stuart ever find Margalo? Why do you think he will or will not? 3. How does Stuart act like a mouse? A boy? A grown-up?

MARY FRANCES RUBLY & JERRY HUMMER PRODUCTION SPONSORS

SUPPORTER

SUPPORTER

SUPPORTER


JANET ALLEN, Executive Artistic Director SUZANNE SWEENEY, Managing Director

THE CABARET FEB 25 - MARCH 26 SETTING NEW YORK CITY & NEW ENGLAND, A FEW YEARS AGO

CAST

CALLIE BURK-HARTZ MARGALO & others Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana Favorite Subject: Math Favorite Childhood Book: Sarah’s Unicorn by Bruce Coville For Fun: Playing kick ball, riding my bike, and tap dancing Fun Fact: I have a fish named Quesadilla.

LEX LUMPKIN STUART LITTLE Hometown: Fishers, Indiana First Play: Stuart Little Favorite Subject: Math Favorite Childhood Book: The Walk On by John Feinstein For Fun: Playing football, playing the piano, making movie animations with Legos, and writing books.

KATE HOMAN MRS. LITTLE & others Hometown: Portland, Indiana First Play: Goldilocks and the Three Little Bears in first grade Favorite Childhood Book: The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis & The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi. Fun Fact: I can wiggle my ears at the same time and separately.

TYLER OSTRANDER MR. LITTLE & others Hometown: West Chester, Ohio First Play: Alice in Wonderland, as the White Rabbit Favorite Subjects: Math and English Favorite Childhood Book: Harry Potter series For Fun: I played every sport possible growing up; my favorite was baseball. I can juggle!

ANTONIO KING SNOWBELL & others Hometown: The south side of Indianapolis, Indiana First Play: A Woman Called Truth at the IRT Favorite Subject: Choir Favorite Childhood Book: Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo Fun Fact: When I was a child I had a fish named Kool-Aid.

BOOKS BY E. B. WHITE (1899-1985) INCLUDE:

Stuart Little (1945) Charlotte’s Web (1952) The Elements of Style (“Strunk & White” — 1959)

ARTISTIC TEAM LORI WOLTER HUDSON DIRECTOR Hometown: Evansville, Indiana First Play: The Littlest Christmas Tree in 2nd grade Favorite Subject: Science Favorite Childhood Book: Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein Fun Fact: When I was a teenager I played in the fastpitch softball world series tournament two years in a row.

GORDON STRAIN SCENIC DESIGNER Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana Favorite Subjects: History, Art, Geometry, Theatre, & Gym Favorite Childhood Book: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak For Fun: I loved riding my bike, playing tennis and baseball, and catching frogs and snakes in the creek.

GUY CLARK COSTUME DESIGNER Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana Favorite Subject: English, but I also loved to draw Favorite Childhood Book: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Fun Fact: I have had many, many cats in my life.

BETH A. NUZUM LIGHTING DESIGNER Hometown: Hobart, Indiana Favorite Childhood Book: The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkein Childhood Dream Job: Marine Biologist For Fun: I loved to ride my bicycle and to read. I still love to read! Fun Fact: I have a pet duck named Berkeley.

JASON TUTTLE SOUND DESIGNER Hometown: Adrian, Michigan Favorite Subject: Physics Favorite Childhood Book: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak For Fun: I loved exploring the woods behind my neighborhood and making models.

SARAH GEIS STAGE MANAGER Hometown: Jackson Township, Ohio Favorite Subject: Science Childhood Dream Job: In high school, a doctor Favorite Childhood Book: The Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke For Fun: I loved being outdoors; I enjoyed hiking and reading

Gloria Caruana: Production Assistant & Young Actor Liaison

*Photography and recording are forbidden in the theatre. The videotaping of this production is a violation of United States Copyright Law and an actionable Federal Offense.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Stuart Little is produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Woodstock, Illinois.

Profile for Indiana Repertory Theatre

IRT Program: "Stuart Little"  

2016-2017 Season

IRT Program: "Stuart Little"  

2016-2017 Season