This production was staged as part of our 2013/14 Season

The Grimm Lives of the Inbetweens

The Grimm Lives of the Inbetweens

October 28 to November 4, 2013 | On the Alliance Stage
World Premiere
Part of the Family Series

Content may be inappropriate for children under age 9.

Explore the Grimm lives of Middle Schoolers! A fairytale-Middle School mash up of knights on bicycles, princesses with braces, bullies and jocks, and so much more. Building on the interactive history of the Middle School series, this year’s installment collides fairy tales with the experience of Real Tweenagers. Using digital storytelling, interactive theatre techniques, and quirky renditions of classic tales, this show will bring to life a contemporary Middle School experience.

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Cast & Crew

Cast

  • Gretel (and others)
    Jessica's most recent credits include Les Miserables (Aurora Theatre), Petite Rouge: A Cajun Red Riding Hood (a co-production with Synchronicity Theatre and Aurora... read more »
  • The Prince (and others)
    Matt is happy beyond belief to be returning to the Alliance stage with this production. He was part of the “Grimm” tour last year and is honored to get to... read more »
  • Hansel (and others)
    Jordan is thrilled to be making his Alliance Theatre debut! Favorite Atlanta credits include Spring Awakening at Actor's Express, Avenue Q at Horizon Theatre, Once... read more »
  • Little Red Riding Hood (and others)
    Constance is excited to make her regional theatre debut at the Alliance. She was last seen in GMC Network's world premiere To Love and to Cherish. Swain's... read more »

Director

  • Director
    As the Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth and Families, Rosemary has blissfully directed dozens of productions such as A Christmas Carol, Slur... read more »

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