In the movie version of "Stuart Little," the Little family adopts an orphaned mouse to be their son. But, in EB White’s classic tale, Stuart is not an actual mouse, but a tiny boy that resembles a mouse in every way. This is the version that the SAF Young People’s Theater Director Jennifer Julia chose for her theatrical adaptation of the story.
“Because Stuart isn’t an actual mouse, but a boy who is different, the story becomes one that most kids can relate to, " Julia explains, “This is the theme we explore in our musical: how it feels to be different and how we handle those feelings.” In addition to those weightier topics, the show is chock full of catchy song and dance numbers, colorful characters, talking animals, amazing costumes and hilarious jokes. "Stuart Little" features 27 young actors grades 3-5, and plays May 4, 5 and 6.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under, lap children free. Tickets are now on sale! If you are interested in supporting this production by purchasing an ad in the program please contact the new PR/Marketing Director, Kathrine Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970.728.6363 x3.